fdf_set_flags — Sets flags for a field in the FDF
bool fdf_set_flags(fdfdoc, fieldname, whichflags, newflags);
resource fdfdoc: FDF
string fieldname: Field
int whichflags: Flags to
int newflags: Flag
TRUE on success; FALSE on error
Sets the value of the following flags, which are
specified in whichflags :
FDFFf, FDFSetFf, FDFClearFf,
FDFFlags, FDFSetF, FDFClearF.
If the field doesn't exist, it's created; otherwise, the
current value is replaced by the new value.
newflags is a bitmask of the
Invisible. Specifies how an annotation is
displayed when the corresponding annotation
handler is not available.
Hidden. Determines whether the annotation is to
Print. Indicates whether the annotation should be
No Zoom. Indicates that if the annotation has an
appearance, the appearance should not zoom as the
page is magnified in the viewer.
No Rotate. Indicates that if the annotation has
an appearance, the appearance should not be
rotated with respect to the page before
displaying the appearance.
No View. Indicates that if the annotation has an
appearance, the appearance should be used only
Read-only. Indicates that the annotation should
display, but not interact with the user.
Existing since version 4.0.2
Example 286. Create an FDF
// create the FDF
$outfdf = fdf_create();
// set a field value
fdf_set_value($outfdf, "volume", $volume, 0);
// set the result file
// sets a hidden field
fdf_set_flags($outfdf, "hidden", FDFFlags, 3);
// save file
// send to client
$fp = fopen("outtest.fdf", "r");
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