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  1. Kuali Rice Roadmap
  2. KRRM-85

Contribute Adobe Acrobat PDF automation capability developed at Cornell

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    • Theme:
      Usability, Ease of Implementation, Industry Standards

      Description

      Cornell has developed an enhancement to their version of Rice that works in concert with KEW and KNS to allow for Adobe PDFs to be embedded within a transactional document for dynamic content based routing. This feature promises to be a value-add for Rice that can help to streamline the conversion of simple paper-based workflow processes into the Rice architecture.

      Attached to this issue is:
      1.) An enhancement specification document for this feature.
      2.) A copy of the email from Adobe showing that our usage of their Adobe Reader browser plugin, Adobe Acrobat Pro LiveCycle Designer, and Javascript API is within licensing compliance.
      3.) A presentation that provides a high-level overview of this feature.
      4.) A Javascript file that a client developer would need to copy and paste into their PDF form as it is being designed (for tehcnical sample purposes only)

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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment -

          Here is a presentation that we gave which gives a high-level overview of this feature that Cornell would like to contribute back to Rice.

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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment - Here is a presentation that we gave which gives a high-level overview of this feature that Cornell would like to contribute back to Rice.
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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment -

          Here is the specification and one of the associated Javascript libraries that's needed to allow the PDF to talk to the browser via Adobe's Javascript API.

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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment - Here is the specification and one of the associated Javascript libraries that's needed to allow the PDF to talk to the browser via Adobe's Javascript API.
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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment -

          I've also attached the email from the Adobe folks on our usage within this framework.

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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment - I've also attached the email from the Adobe folks on our usage within this framework.
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          hsublett Hampton Sublett (Inactive) added a comment -

          Aaron, can you provide an "Effort" level for this ticket? This will help us categorize it for our vote scheduled to begin tomorrow. - Thanks

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          hsublett Hampton Sublett (Inactive) added a comment - Aaron, can you provide an "Effort" level for this ticket? This will help us categorize it for our vote scheduled to begin tomorrow. - Thanks
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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment -

          Hi Hampton, we've abandoned this feature at Cornell, so I'd like to remove this from the list. If the community wishes to resurrect it, they should feel free to, but we will no longer be championing this enhancement. Thanks!

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          agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive) added a comment - Hi Hampton, we've abandoned this feature at Cornell, so I'd like to remove this from the list. If the community wishes to resurrect it, they should feel free to, but we will no longer be championing this enhancement. Thanks!

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            • Assignee:
              agodert Aaron Godert (Inactive)
              Reporter:
              coppola Chris Coppola (Inactive)
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