.ptx file in Lotus Notes

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Have a PDF form that generates a .ptx file that gets sent to a url when button on form is selected. We are trying to integrate these fillable forms in our Lotus Notes application. Question is how do wee handle the file when we are not connected to the internet and working in the local client? I am not technical person I am trying to help my developer find a source for the answer. Any guidance you might give me would be appreciated.
ASKED: July 9, 2009  3:36 PM
UPDATED: July 9, 2009  4:09 PM

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  • JennyMack
    Hi there, Welcome to IT Knowledge Exchange! Could you please clarify something: what program is the .ptx file connected to? From what I understand, PTX files can originate from different places. Thanks, Jenny Community Manager
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