XFA stands for XML Forms Architecture, and is part of a family of proprietary XML specifications that were developed by JetForm to enhance the processing of web based forms, however starting at PDF Specfication 1.5 it was possible to be used with XFA, but XML Forms Architecture was not standardized when the PDF Format became an ISO standard.

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Understanding XFA Features – XFA Borders

This article is part of the ongoing XFA article index series, you can read more about XFA here. In this article we will be...
suda
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How to draw PDF XFA Forms accurately (in your…

It is a bit of complex task if any attempt is made to try and display XFA forms (by following the XFA specification) in...
suda
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Patterns in PDF – XFA Date Format and Java…

In this article we take a look at the difference between XFA supported DateTimeField date pattern and Java SimpleDateFormat. DateTime Field in XFA forms requires...
suda
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XFA Articles Index: Understanding XFA

Having spent alot of time working regularly with the XFA format on a daily basis we’ve written many articles on it and so we’ve been...
Virentha Mendis
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Announcing JPedal XFA

It will come as no surprise to readers of our blog that we have been working on XFA support. We have had test code...
Mark Stephens
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