Community articleIntroduction to the Form Library
Added by IBM contributorIBM on May 2, 2012
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You use the form library to develop applications that manipulate XFDL forms. Your C and Java applications use the form library to:
  • Read and write forms.
  • Retrieve information contained in a form's elements.
  • Assign information to the elements of a form.
  • Create new elements within a form.
  • Remove elements from a form.
  • Extract images or enclosures from a form.
  • Verify digital signatures.
With the Java Streaming API, your applications can:
  • Read and write forms.
  • Retrieve information contained in a form's elements.
  • Assign information to the elements of a form.
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Libraries