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Chek the following document for restrictions on assembling dynamic documents: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/ddxRef.pdf
Take a look at Restrictions on documents containing forms on page 38.
We are creating PDFs using Adobe LiveCycle Designer. I came to know that the PDF developed ueing designer is XFA based and cannot be merged using livecycle process to get the interactive PDF. Is this true? Is there anyway to merge these PDFs to form an interactive PDF.
Yes, LiveCycle Assembler requires input PDF forms to be fattened prior to assembly.
1) consider de-constructing multiple interactive PDF forms into form fragments and create a single interactive PDF from the fragments
2) use Designer to copy-and-paste the pages from .xdp's 2-n into .xdp 1
3) use Acrobat Professional to create a PDF portfolio
The option chosen is dependent upon the workflow requirements and how you intend to use the merged PDF.
type of output document depends on the type of base document.
if base document is flatten\non-intractive, then you will recieve flatten\non-intractive form nd vise versa
<PDF result="doc3.pdf" ><!--output document; intractive-->
<PDF source="doc1.pdf"/> <!--Base document; intractive-->