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Assemble static XFA-Based pdf with NoForms or NoXFA error: PageException: PDFM_S19003

Nov 5, 2010 3:48 AM



I have a PDF which I generated with LC Forms (LC ES 8.2).


Now I am trying generate new flat PDF on Assembler service using the following DDX:


<DDX xmlns="">
<PDF result="out.pdf">
  <PDF source="cabtf1-forpdfgenerated-STATIC.pdf" />


I tried also to use <NoForms/> tag instead of <NoXFA>, and in both cases, this particular PDF I gives the following error:


out.pdfcom.adobe.internal.pdfm.util.PageException: PDFM_S19003: Failed to find a matching SVG named color for "2"


The full stack trace is:


com.adobe.internal.ddxm.Executive.execute DDXM_N00000: Started processing result named out.pdf</msg><msg t="1.797" l="SEVERE" n="com.adobe.internal.ddxm.Executive" cpu="0.3125">com.adobe.internal.ddxm.Executive.execute DDXM_S00001: Failed to assemble result named out.pdfcom.adobe.internal.pdfm.util.PageException: PDFM_S19003: Failed to find a matching SVG named color for "2"
at com.adobe.internal.pdfm.util.PageSet.setDocument(
at com.adobe.internal.pdfm.assembly.PageAssembler.deletePages(PageAssemb
at com.adobe.internal.pdfm.assembly.DocAssembler.prepareBaseDocForAssemb ly(
at com.adobe.internal.pdfm.assembly.DocAssembler.assemble(DocAssembler.j ava:161)
at com.adobe.internal.ddxm.task.pdf.AssemblePDF.execute( :130)
at com.adobe.internal.ddxm.blueprint.BluePrint.execute( 5)
at com.adobe.internal.ddxm.ddx.Node.execute(
at com.adobe.internal.ddxm.Executive.execute(
at com.adobe.internal.ddxm.Executive.execute(
at com.adobe.livecycle.assembler.AssemblerServiceImpl.execute(AssemblerS
at com.adobe.livecycle.assembler.AssemblerServiceImpl.invoke(AssemblerSe
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)...

Any ideas? ... Not find the error code PDFM_S19003 how I can solve it?


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    Jan 26, 2011 7:42 AM   in reply to jpadron_uy

    I just got the same thing.  Trying to use DDX to add a PageContent element to a PDF.


    It doesn't happen on all documents, so I think it must be something wrong with the source PDF?

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    Jan 26, 2011 8:05 AM   in reply to The Flex Viking

    Actually, it had nothing to do with a SVG named color.  It had to do with the fact that my DDX statement


    <DDX source='doc_source' pages='2-last' />


    expects 2 pages and it was only supplied a 1 page document.


    I had to add a couple steps at the beginning of my processing to fetch how many pages the PDF had and then determine whether to add the additional pages.

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