I have created a pdf document that I want to share with my marketing team. However, in the document I want the url to be dynamic and show that individual's url. For example, if my domain is www.xyz123abc.com In the pdf, I want to setup the url in the document as www.xyz123abc.com/REPSITE. Then when the pdf is opened from each individual's site, we will pass the REPSITE variable into the pdf document. If my marketing page is www.xyz123abc.com/jim. When someone visits my website and opens the pdf, they will see www.xyz123abc.com/jim. When my partner Bob's site is visited, the pdf will display www.xyz123abc.com/bob.
Don't know if there is a better way, but you could use the 'identity Object'. Just make sure that the Identity is set in the application preferences for each employee
var userName = identity.name
Edit: Sorry, after rereading your post, I don't think this is what you are asking for. Perhaps the 'HostContainer Object' wll allow you to do what you want?
Look at using a link to an FDF file on the specific web site where the PDF is located to set the 'REPSITE' variable.