I just got quite a bit of help on another thread and got my script up and running perfectly (Here is the link if anyone wants context: Saving PDF form to specific folder based on field data ).
Now, I'm wanting to run this script via a form button but I'm running into the expected privilege issues you'd expect since I'm running it as Trusted. Is there anything I need to do to my code to make this possible or is it a security setting that will need to be changed?
Thanks again everyone, y'all have been a huge help!
Read this article:
You'll find more info on creating buttons and other automation script features here:
Thanks for the links, Thom. The best I can glean from the info is that I should add the file location of the PDFs I'll be adding this button to to Trusted Locations, as the button added and the script it runs are all part of the PDF and would then have the privileges needed. Does that sound about right?
I'll try it when I get into work tomorrow.
I always use a folder level script.
BTW: there is never a case where you need to define a "trustedFunction" in a document script. Because if the document is marked as trusted, then all code in the doc is in a privileged context. If not, then it'll never work because a "trustedFunction" requires a privileged context to get defined in the first place.
Awesome, thanks for that info! I have a folder level file for it and have submenu/menuitem code for it as well that works fine, but I'm trying to make it more usable with a form button for the older, not tech savvy guys in the warehouse I work in. I also don't want to step on the toes of the IT fella who already takes issue with me making these scripts in the first place. I'll try a few of these things tomorrow to see what'll the least intrusive (so I don't get another passive aggressive phone call, haha) and get it working.
I appreciate your time!