1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 29, 2013 8:50 PM by DevRandy

    "3+40 - 146: failed to load external url adobe.form.embed.min.js"

    amandaLgold

      I am trying to embed the form into a google website: sites.google.com/site/pjdsptostern, on The PTO Dues tab.It is giving me the error message: 3+40 - 146: failed to load external url adobe.form.embed.min.js. Please help

        • 1. Re: "3+40 - 146: failed to load external url adobe.form.embed.min.js"
          DevRandy Adobe Employee

          For background, start by taking a look at http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1991.

           

          It looks to me like google sites has encoded the form embedding inline script.  But I don't see a script include of adobe.form.embed.min.js.  I suspect that tool that you used in google sites does not allow including an external script.

           

          Also, did you type the script in yourself or did you use the 'Embed' button on the 'Distribute' tab to copy / paste the embed script?  The 'formId' property in your web page is incorrect.  It should be 'mNonzBdS0Ua7ymHHAyBuKw' but appears as 'fmNonzBdS0Ua7ymHHAyBuKw' in your web page -- note the initial 'f' is incorrect.

           

          The embed script for your form should look like this:

           

          <script type="text/javascript" src="http://formscentral.acrobat.com/Clients/Current/FormsCentral/htmlClient/scripts/adobe.form .embed.min.js"></script>

          <script type="text/javascript">

          var fmNonzBdS0Ua7ymHHAyBuKw = new ADOBEFORMS.EmbedForm({formId:"mNonzBdS0Ua7ymHHAyBuKw", width:700, transparent:true});

          fmNonzBdS0Ua7ymHHAyBuKw.display();

          </script>

           

          This script is designed to work from a web page that supports both external and inline script.  Some web page frameworks do not support external script because the external script can violate the design principles of a particular framework.

           

          -DevRandy