3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 13, 2017 4:26 PM by Thom Parker

    javascript identity.login not working

    eddiew28723578 Level 1

      I have created an Adobe Acrobat form that has a textbox that retrieves the windows logged in user using JavaScript with identity.login. This works fine when the document is opened with the Adobe Reader. I have uploaded the document to our SharePoint Online. The document now opens in the browser in SharePoint Online, but, fails on retrieving the login of the user. How can I make this work?

        • 1. Re: javascript identity.login not working
          Test Screen Name Most Valuable Participant

          Perhaps you are no longer using Adobe technology. What browser is it? You say it "fails" - what is the failure?

          • 2. Re: javascript identity.login not working
            eddiew28723578 Level 1

            The browser is IE 11. The text box returns Undefined instead of the login, (e.g., abc1). The Adobe PDF Reader plugin is Enabled.

             

            Name:                   Adobe PDF Reader

            Publisher:              Adobe Systems, Incorporated

            Type:                   ActiveX Control

            Architecture:           32-bit and 64-bit

            Version:                17.12.20093.238000

            File date:              Monday, July 31, 2017, 6:31 PM

            Date last accessed:     Today, December 13, 2017, 5 hours ago

            Class ID:               {CA8A9780-280D-11CF-A24D-444553540000}

            Use count:              0

            Block count:            94

            File:                   AcroPDF64.dll

            Folder:                 C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Acrobat\ActiveX

            • 3. Re: javascript identity.login not working
              Thom Parker Adobe Community Professional

              Did you read the reference entry for the "Identity" object?

               

              Acrobat DC SDK Documentation

               

              This object is protected and requires a privileged context.  There is no way it could have worked in Reader unless, it was in a stamp script.