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fdf_set_submit_form_action — Sets the submit form action for a field.


bool fdf_set_submit_form_action(fdfdoc, fieldname, whichtrigger, url, flags);
resource fdfdoc: FDF document identifier
string fieldname: Field name
int whichtrigger: Trigger type
string url: URL to call
int flags: Flags


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


Sets a submit form action for the given field fieldname . whichtrigger can be one of FDFEnter (entering the field), FDFExit (leaving the field), FDFDown (mouse button down) or FDFUp (mouse button up).

flags can be one of the following values:

1 Include/exclude flag. This determines how the Fields key is interpreted. If this bit is 0, Fields represents the individual fields to send. If the bit is 1, all name-value pairs in the Acrobat form are sent.
2 Include no-value fields flag. Use to further restrict which name-value pairs get sent. A field is present but the data is not sent.
3 Export format flag. If this bit is 0, the data is sent using the Forms Data Format (FDF). Otherwise it is sent using the HTML form format.
4 Get Method flag. If this bit is 0, the data is submitted using a POST action; if it's 1, a GET action is used for the submission. (This bit has an effect only when bit 3 is 1. If bit 3 is 0, this bit must also be 0.)
5 Submit Coordinates flag. If this bit is 1, the x and y coordinates of the mouse click that caused this action are sent as part of the Acrobat form data. The x and y values are relative to the upper-left corner of the widget that contains the submit action.


Existing since version 4.0.2

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