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 May 26 2017 5:59 AM
I am creating a PDF within a .NET c# application.
Right now, I have found examples of alerting out text on opening the PDF (after i saver it locally) by using:
document.JavaScripts.Add(new DocumentJavaScript("Say Hi", "app.alert(\"Hello!!\")"));

Is there a way, to use the java script to load a URL when the PDF opens?

Posted by a ceTe Software moderator

Yes, you can load a URL when a PDF document loads in the PDF viewer/Reader. You will need to add the document level JavaScript to the Document using DynamicPDF API. Below is the code sample.

            Document document = new Document();
            Page page = new Page(PageSize.Letter);
            document.JavaScripts.Add(new DocumentJavaScript("URL", "app.launchURL(\"http://www.google.com\", true);"));

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