Dynamic HTML/PDF's

Serrat Jaime - jasr jasr at im.se
Wed May 12 18:34:39 BST 1999

Jeff wrote:

	>I need to find a way to make a PDF (or similar technology )

I'm not certain it's your solution, but check out Adobe's page describing


XFA is a working draft specification submitted to the W3C by the JetForm
company as an extension to handling XML documents and data as forms. JetForm
has actually proposed two distinct documents: one describing a simple
scripting language optimized for creating e-form centric logic and
calculations, called XFA-Formcalc. The other, describes the open and
extensible construction of secure forms with high fidelity composition,
automated calculation and validation, pluggable user-interface components,
and flexible data handling, called: XFA-Template. 
Good luck,

-- jaime "jim" serrat

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