I apologize if this question is answered elsewhere on the forum -- I've spent a fair amount of time searching through the forum and other resources brought up in response to Google searches, all without a solid result; therefore I'm hoping that someone in the forum can help out.
When a user requests to view their specific document, the link that they click actually generates an FDF file that is sent to their browser. The FDF causes the target PDF to be loaded in the browser, into which the FDF data is loaded. A page load Script executes the do_DocLoad function, which sets up the document for initial user use (populates combo boxes, etc.) The user then can interact with the form in various ways and then, optionally, submit the data back to the server for processing. The library functions are referenced in various field formatting or validation calls, as well as by the Submit button that I've got on the form that performs a final field validation prior to submission. So far, this process works very well.
<< /V (~data_client_name~)/T (client_name)>>
<< /V (~data_client_address~)/T (client_address)>>]
/F (~data_FileName~)/ID [ < blah blah >< blah blah >]
2 0 obj [ (DocScript1) 3 0 R ] endobj
3 0 obj <<>>
** script goes here **
trailer << /Root 1 0 R >>
Thanks in advance for any assistance that can be given! Every time that I get to go back and spend a couple of hours updating the core library in all of these PDFs is time that I'd rather be spending doing other things. Thanks again!