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Do files opened in browser have local path?
 
I am making a Adobe Plug-in in c++ with which I want to pass the PDF document opened in browser to my other application running on local machine.
 
My main requirement is to pass the opened document either in form of stream or physically.
 
Please guide if you know the answer.... thanks.
Posted 10-Jun-10 1:39am
Edited 11-Jun-10 20:47pm
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Solution 1

You might have better luck asking this on the Adobe developer forums.
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Thanks for reply. I agree this problem is related to Adobe plug-in but I believe the solution lies in C++, I am not sure if adobe forum would be the right place to ask.I will do if it is.Let me again try to explain the problem.
 
I need to save a PDF file opened in web browser but I do not know how that can be done. I am not able to find the path of opened document. If in C++ we can get the path of such document my problem is solved or some other way like catching data in memory stream likewise should also solve my problem.
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