You didn’t insert a code sample to show how you are currently flattening the XFA form. I assume your code looks like this: var reader = new. Hi, I’m looking for a way to flatten a bunch of xfa forms in a batch sequence. The result being the exact same as printing to pdf. I believe I use to. pdfXFA. pdfXFA helps you flatten XFA forms for an optimal user experience. Dynamic PDF files are invaluable to automating document processes, allowing you.
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What version of Acrobat are you using? I assume your code looks like this: The reason is simple: Probably dynamic if it won’t allow flattening. Actually George I found a solution.
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The result being the exact same as printing to pdf. I accomplished this in iTextSharpbut it appears to be completely different in iText7. But now I’m getting an error saying optimization settings cannot be applied to an xfa form.
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I realized that the pdf printer settings has an option to suppress the save as dialog and default the output flat pdfs to a location of my choosing. When I process it now I get a generic message “Please Wait I assume your code looks like this:.
I believe I use to just add optimizer settings in the sequence editor and that would do the trick.