The XFA 3.1 specification is now available. Note that while XFA 3.1 is supported by ES2, Reader and Acrobat will not support it until a future release. Therefore, you may want to stick with XFA 3.0 for the time being, unless you have a specific need for XFA 3.1 features within an ES2 environment.
Here’s a short list of what’s new in XFA 3.1:
- relational data support for data containing multiple tables related by keys;
- ability to bind to non-schema-defined elements (i.e. data injection into a schema data description);
- long or short edge duplexing; and
- support for more label printers, including Datamax Printer Language (DPL), Intermex Printer Language (IPL), and Tally Compressed Printer Language (TCPL).
Posted by Stefan Cameron on December 1st, 2009
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