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You should look at using FDF or XFDF export files to export form data into individual files. You can also interface to an SQL database.
How do I use FDX or XFDX or interface with SQL database?
I worked Adobe 9 last night and after researching FDF files found that they were produced by using the "comments" section of the program. The problem I then had was that the comments do not relate to the fill able fields (and I could not figure out how to make them. More importantly they would only be captured at an exact position on a specific form (correct me if I am wrong). So if the name field was the first field on the master form and at the botom of the page onn an application they would not link.
Again I am obviously not an expert so I may have gotten it correct and would appreciate all of the help I can get.
They have been used with AcroForms since version 4. To connect to an SQL database you will need to use LiveCycle Designer form's data connection and issue calls to the SQL database or you might be able to modify the registry of each user's system to enable Acrobat AcroForms to use ADBC.