It's a real simple script. All we do is have users fill out a
form with information and it's sent to a php file on the server,
which then sends an e-mail to the admin with the user's input then
sends a thank you e-mail to the user. I used regular web forms
using the post method with input tags. The php code recognized the
values of regular htm forms, but we are converting all of our forms
I am having problems with Acrobat form submission. I tried
sending the data using the http submit/post, but I cannot figure
out how to stop it from displaying the user input inline (ie.
name=nameaddress=addresscity=citystate=state). Our clients cannot
receive e-mails with everything inline like that. I cannot send it
using mailto: or by the default e-mail either because the clients
cannot receive attachments.
I heard that sending the form via xml and parsing it would
work, but when I use the parser it needs the exact .xml file name
and every time someone submits a form the file name changes.
Does anyone know how to use the http submit method in acrobat
and stop the text from displaying inline, how to parse the xml, or
of any other ways that will make the text display correctly?