I have created a editable form with the help of Acrobat DC which has few fields and a submit button with action to submit to web-service url. The form data is submited to the url fine on desktop browsers. But does not work on mobile Acrobat Reader.
Is this feature available on mobile acrobat reader? If no then do we have any other options to achive this functionality?
Any ideas, kindly share.
Solution not found yet, mentioned method not working and mentioned threads are old.
Ok , are you saying that when you click on the submit button using Acrobat on a desktop computer, it will automatically open the URL in the default browser specified in Adobe Acrobat or defaulted by the operating system?
I used that old link for a solution that worked for me and the explanation is still valid when it comes to trying to open an URL embedded in a PDF form using Adobe Acrobat mobile.
If you are subscribed to Adobe Acrobat Pro you should also be able to unlock some premium editing features in the acrobat mobile app. You have to log in to with your user account using your mobile app.
So what I'm thinking is, if it would make a difference if you try to use the submit button again but while you are logged in to your account.
I know this does not make any sense , but is just trial and error.
The other thing I can think of is if you can share the code that was used for the submit button and briefly describe the steps that were followed when the URL was incorporated in the script.
Hopefully soomeone can try and reproduce the issue and help here with a better answer.