the pdf works well for me in acrobat reader x pro. But in acrobat reader x, it gives permission error, despite disabling protected mode.
Js code implemented
but, this guide says that you can. https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/devnet/acrobat/pdfs/js_developer_guide.pdf page 193. in Version adobe dc Pro.
In the adobe dc Pro version it works. but in the free version. it gives me this error.
This is correct. When you add form rights to the document it will work in Acrobat Reader. For the form rights you need a server product of the AEM family.
Product of the AEM family. Whast?
It is made in Adobe Reader Pro DC. and the idea is to send the pdf. and they can open and work in adobe dc free.
A product with the name "Adobe Reader Pro DC" doesn't exists!
this is i am using to add the js.
added the PDF?
and when running the attached script in the free version it gives error.
This is Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Acrobat Reader DC is a different product.
adobe pro. it is not for creating pdf and forms that can run in the free version?
could you send me the manual?
check the link sent. Download the Acrobat_DC_SDK Documentation.zip. Review the developer manual. and the implementation "SOAP" comes out.
You need to read the API Reference. You keep quoting to us from the developer's guide. Yes, we know what it says there, but it is NOT promising you things work in Reader. You need to check EVERY. SINGLE. METHOD.
I was reviewing the manual and it comes out that it is supported for both versions.
You say it's supported, but the screen shot says "are available ONLY for documents open in Acrobat Professional and Acrobat Standard and for documents WITH FORM EXPORT RIGHTS open in Acrobat Reader..." We told you this 21 posts ago, you really don't seem to want this answer and perhaps intend to keep asking it until the facts change.
Sorry I didn't know there was a standard version, I thought it was the free version. is there any way to call an api in a free version?
Yes, as the documentation you quoted says APPLY FORM RIGHTS. This is VERY expensive. As we told you a long time ago. Why do you keep arguing?
Excuse me, could you tell me how they are added or where you buy them?