3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 16, 2010 8:24 AM by pguerett

    How to close a form within script

    Matt FTW Level 1

      Hello,

       

      I'm using Adobe LiveCycle Designer v 8.2 to develop an Order form. I'm fairly new to developing in LiveCycle, and would like to ask the following question that I couldn't find an answer to elsewhere.

       

      I'd like to know if it is possible to close a form down within a script, if certain conditions are met/not met. Specifically, when my form loads I am testing the user's version of Acrobate Reader. If it is not above the stated version, I would like the form to close down. At the moment, it displays the warning message correctly but then continues to try and load the form.

       

      I guess the JavaScript equivalent of Me.Close() is what I am after

       

      if

       

       

      (xfa.host.version < 8.101)

      {

      xfa.host.messageBox("Your version of Adobe Acrobat Reader is not recent enough to use this form.",

      "Wrong version of Adobe Acrobat", 1);

      //Code to close form to go here

      }

       

      Can anyone help?

       

      Thanks

      Matt