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I followed the code example from the middle of this page: https://www.idrsolutions.com/jpdfforms/xfa-html5-example-conversions/
I have a sample PDF with just a couple of forms fields for testing. When I converted the file there are no form fields in the form.html file to fill out. Do I need to include a submit button or anything to indicate it’s a form with fields?
I’ve tried 3 different sample PDF forms now. None of them are coming through as an HTML form using the jpdfforms-trial.jar file. When I open the form.html file there are no <input> fields.
What are the actual PDF forms? Is it XFA or FDF form?
If the PDF contains forms it should just convert. It will not add forms if there is no forms in the PDF.
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