Here we want to fill pdf form already build with adobe acrobat pro with data stored in our database. I believe that your "" can do the job. I have a data source in MySQL and want to fill some PDF through functions and routine (in VB or other). Is the " " is the best option for us?? I try to download the trial but the OCX does not register properly.
Can you assist me to find out what solution is the best for us?
Yes, "PDF Form Filler OCX" is the best option for you.
You can retrieve data from database and save to FDF or XML format first, and import this FDF/XML and fillable PDF file into "PDF Form Filler OCX", then you can combine data into PDF file programmatically.
In the "PDF Form Filler OCX", user can modify and edit data in form fields, and then click "Save As..." or "Save to Disk" button to save to a new PDF file, the new PDF file will contain filled data values. The user can also click "Export Data" button to a new FDF or XML file, you can parse data from FDF or XML and insert them into MySQL database again.
We suggest you may download the trial version for evaluation first, if you encounter any problem with it, please feel free to let us know,
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