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Adobe form Password protected with Java script

Summary:  Password protection for Adobe Form with Java Script

Approach:

1.Go to Transaction SFP

SFP.jpg

2. Create a form

Create a Form.jpg

3. Go to Layout and create a text on Master page as shown below

Decalre Text.jpg

4. Create Password check for adobe form

->Go to the Initialize event of DATA as shown below

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->Write down below code

//Decalre variables
var a=1;
var b=2;
var password;

//Prompt for password from user to open the adobe form
password = xfa.host.response(“Enter the Password”,”The title”,”123″);

//Check for Correct password
{
if (password == “123”)    // In this case Password id hard coded to 123
{
  xfa.host.messageBox(“Right password”,”You Know right”,3,0);
  a = 1;
  b = 1;
}
else
{
  xfa.host.messageBox(“Wrong password”,”You know ur Wrong”,1,1);
  a = 1;
  b = 2;
  password = xfa.host.response(“Enter the Password”,”The title”,”123″);
}
}
while( a != b );

5. Now execute the form

  -> Do not forget the mark Fillable of Form I/P as ‘X’

Test form.jpg

Mark Fillable.jpg

and execute.

Now, Adobe form will ask for password as shown below

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Till correct password is enetered this pop up will appear. We can download this form and try to open still password protection will be vaild.

Drawbacks:

->Password is harcoded, I do not how to check with an value from table or rule dynamically

->I ain’t any good in Java scipt, hence could not hide password ( genrally it works with form calc)

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