Just to be sure, is this a Reader question or (as I read it) more of an XML question?
The XML question would be a lot easier to get answers for in the Dreamweaver forums.
No i think it's a Reader question.
I just want to avoid displaying the yellow trust security bar in Adobe Reader, when a user opens a link on a pdf consuming a fdf ;-)
If you open such a link (as i described in the first post) a yellow bar occurs and the user have to trust the host to get the values from the fdf.
i hope you understand.
Here's what I was told by my friend at AVG regarding trust policies in IE.
There is no way to write code to force every IE user's browser to trust a file if you have pages/content that could possibly contain malware (even if it doesn't). If that was possible (and someone is probably working on a way, so he tells me) it would be extremely easy to script silent virus/trojan downloads, or compromise information. The trust setting is in IE for the user for just that reason. If someone "allows" a suspect site/file, Microsoft cannot be legally liable for any damage caused, because they warned the user.
I've found different documentations, manuals and tutorials describing this problem:
But it doesn't work.
Can anyone give a hint how to install it on a Windows Server?
Or has anybody a solution to merge the generated fdf with the pdf on a clients browser. pdf and fdf are on the same server using the same domain :-(
i'm still frustrated...