Embedded PDF not saving back to webserver

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Nov 24, 2020 Nov 24, 2020

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I am trying to check whether adobe document services can be used to handle some requirements in my organisation 

My requirements were

1. Show PDF from my webserver (asp.net MVC )  in a webpage : Done thanks

2.Allow Users to add sticky notes and other annotation to the appove pdf  : Accomplsihed

3.Save back the File to the webserver: Problem here 

The sample provided in github doesn't says how to send PDF with changes from client side to  server side

What I tried is sending the content in SaveApi to controller action and converting it as PDF ,it corrupted

.Attcahing below  the code I done,Hope someone helps

 

 

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Nov 24, 2020 Nov 24, 2020

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I have an example of saving the modified PDF at this CodePen. The PDF "content" is a ByteArray which I convert to a Base64 blob and then save locally but as base64, you can send it wherever you like. The trick is, you don't want this to execute every time the PDF is modified which is what triggers the Save API. Instead, use the Save API to recreate the object to be saved and then attach the actual save to server action to some other UI element. 

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thanks a lot it is working

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