Oracle Forms 10g – Disable the save button in PDF as well as in IE

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Oracle Forms 10g
Web.Show_Document
hi, i am using forms10g and i called a report using web.show_document which was successful rep_url:='/reports/rwservlet?destype=cache&desformat=pdf&report=z:/test/item_status_y.rdf&userid=test/test@oracle¶mform=yes'; web.show_document(rep_url,'_blank'); The report was generated in PDF which has a save option. To save my data's I want to disable the save button in PDF as well as in IE when i run the report only and then automatically enable them. Please let me know any procedure to disable the save in report or tell me any other desformat so that the users never save my company data. Thanks in advance

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Simple answer is NO.

You can not stop the web browser from saving a the page.

You can display the page as HTML +CSS in a modal window without save option/cut&paste but even this can be hacked by looking for the file in the brower temporary files.

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