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"createDataObject" in Adobe reader

Community Beginner ,
Mar 04, 2019 Mar 04, 2019

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Hi All,

I am writing a script to spell check and create a log report in the adobe reader. My script works in acrobat pro. But in adobe reader its showing security error and per documentation we need "F" security level. is there is any alternate method to write a log as text file in acrobat reader

my script

function Spell_Check()

{

       

    var chWord, numWords;

    var Report;

    for (var i = 0; i < this.numPages; i++)

    {

        numWords = this.getPageNumWords(i);

        for (var j = 0; j < numWords; j++) {

            ckWord = spell.checkWord(this.getPageNthWord(i,j))

            if (ckWord != null) {

                this.addAnnot({

                    page: i,

                    type: "Squiggly",

                    quads: this.getPageNthWordQuads(i,j),

                    author: "A.C.Acrobat",

                    //contents: ckWord.toString()                   

                    contents: (this.getPageNthWord(i,j))                   

                });

                Report = Report + "\t" + i + "\t" + (this.getPageNthWord(i,j)) +"\r\n";

                }

            }

    }/* Put script title here */

   

    myReport(Report);

}

var myReport = app.trustedFunction(function(Report)

{

    //app.alert(Report);

    app.beginPriv();   

    this.createDataObject({cName: "Report.txt", cValue: Report});

    this.exportDataObject({cName: "Report.txt", nLaunch:0});   

    app.endPriv();

});

Thanks,

Balav

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Community Expert , Mar 04, 2019 Mar 04, 2019

No, not really.

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No, not really.

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About the best you can do is write the report string to a text field, the JavaScript console, or a text field in a custom dialog, and the user could manually copy & paste into a text editor, and then save.

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