Tech Specs

Technical Specifications

General description:

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  • Implements scalable farm architecture with Service Application and Front-End separation
  • The only SharePoint solution to date that reuses Adobe XFA-technology for truly dynamic PDF implementation
  • Support for static PDF formats (AcroForms) for enhanced compatibility (including mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, Android etc.)
  • Form submission works with both Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Acrobat Professional
  • Can import any kind PDF/A or PDF/X flat file including XFA and AcroForms
  • Reusing SharePoint content types for binding to the document
  • Intuitive and easy to use designer and mapper providing a new powerful way to construct and manage the forms right from your browser
  • Fully customizable field mapping to SharePoint or internal data fields with bi-directional synchronization from PDF to SharePoint and vice versa
  • Visual construction of sophisticated rules to implement presentation or business logic
  • Low level scripting can be attached to the form events to implement virtually any functionality
  • Support for using the workflow solutions from Microsoft and third-parties like K2 or Nintex
  • Support for Microsoft BCS for third-party system connectivity
  • Support for Digital Signature infrastructure for both XFA ans AcroForms (including support of CoSign)
  • Batch form deployment through WSP packages in a sandboxed SharePoint solutions (SP2010)

Server requirements:

  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010/2013
    Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010/2013 Standard and Enterprise (recommended)
  • Full administrative access to server with ability to install farm-level WSP packages (to create Service Application and enable corresponding Site and Site Collection features, SharePoint 2010 only)

Client requirements:

  • Adobe Acrobat 9+ (both Reader and Professional versions are working)
  • Adobe Reader Mobile 10.2+ (on mobile devices – iOS/Android)

Supported form distribution and data acquisition models:

  • Through SharePoint document libraries for authenticated users
  • Out-of-the browser – through external web sites (through anonymous submit proxy)
  • By E-Mail through build-in support functionality