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March 22, 2016 at 1:30 am #6911Ash FParticipant
It would be nice if there was a hook to handle pdf output other than attache to email.
* Save pdf to specific directory
* Upload pdf to other server
It doesn’t need to be full function.
But at least I want a hook to intercept the process.
so I can write own code to handle pdf output.September 21, 2023 at 2:49 am #49441EllaGuest
403 Forbidden error while attempting to upload a PDF file to OneDrive. This error can occur due to various reasons, including:
1. Browser cache: Clearing your browser cache might help resolve the issue.
2. Permissions: Ensure that your permissions to the file have replicated correctly on the server.
3. Locked OneDrive site: Check if your OneDrive site is locked.
4. SharePoint Online services: An issue affecting your organization’s SharePoint Online services could be causing the error.
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There are some resources that might help you with exporting, saving, or uploading PDFs when submitting. Here are a few options:
1. CodeProject provides an article that explains the basics of PDF forms and offers sample code for processing PDF form data in an ASP.NET MVC application. You can find more information in the CodeProject article.
2. Adobe Acrobat allows you to collect and manage PDF form data. You can export the form data to various formats such as CSV or XML. For more details, refer to the Adobe Acrobat help page.
3. Formidable PRO2PDF offers a hook to handle PDF output other than attaching it to an email. You can save the PDF to a specific directory or upload it to another server. For more information, you can visit their support page.
Please note that these resources should provide you with a starting point for your requirements. Make sure to review each option and choose the one that best suits your needs. Read more informative topic: insiderfield.com