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    Posted: 01 May 15 at 1:41PM
Thanks in advance...

My requirement is how to get the each form field name, field value, position of field(X-axis and Y-axis),field height,field width.

I am not able to read each field object.

Give me an idea how to get the form field object.


it is very urgent..
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Function FornmFieldCount() will give you the number of fields.

Iterate using GetFormFieldBound() to get x,y axis and sizes. Many other "GetFormField..." functions to obtain the other information required. It's all in the documentation.
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Hello,

You can use code similar to the code below.  GetFormFieldCount will return the total number of formfields located in the PDF.  If it is 0 then there are no formfields.  You can then use a loop from 1 to FormFieldCount to access each formfield.  item 1 is the first formfield, 2 the second ...
  for i = 1 to GetFormFieldCount()
  {
    // use i as the index to the formfields

    type = QP.GetFormFieldTpe(i);

    x = QP.GetFormFieldBound( i, 1);
    y = QP.GetFormFieldBound( i, 2);

    title = QP.GetFormFieldTitle(i);  // formfield name

    value = QP.GetFormFieldValue(i);

    ..
    ..

There are many other form field functions.  Use this link to see them all.

  http://www.debenu.com/docs/pdf_library_reference/FormFields.php

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