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This project is a Proof of Concept (POC) to demonstrate that an Adobe FDF file can be created from PLSQL and saved to the database.
The link below provides an example of how to create an Adobe FDF file using Perl. It seems viable to do the same thing with PLSQL.
You may assume that the PDF form has 5 formfields named FieldName1 thru FieldName5. You can also create a simple table that has 5 columns named FieldValue1 thru FieldValue5, and create 5 rows of data.
I will supply a PDF file with the proper form fields, and we will test out the resulting FDF file which is created from PLSQL to show that it create all 5 pages in the PDF file from the 5 rows in the table.
I've attached the Adobe FDF Toolkit, which contains additional examples and documentation.
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