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Scenarios for Integrating Adobe Forms

This topic describes how Adobe forms integration might be used. You might use Adobe forms integration differently, depending on your business model. Users can generate a schema, and then import and map to fields on a PDF using either XSD or XML data. In these scenarios, XML is used to illustrate the examples. This topic includes the following scenarios:

Setting Up Forms Integration

An immigration and citizenship agency administrator generates an XML schema in a Siebel application and maps the XML data to fields in a visa application form. The administrator then creates a form record that agency personnel can select when they process applications for visitor status.

Generating a Form from Data in a Siebel Application

A client requests written proof of his citizenship. A citizenship clerk locates the record for the client, determines that the client is a citizen, and generates a proof-of-citizenship form. The Siebel application generates the form, and populates the form with data from the record. The clerk can then print the form and mail it, or transmit the form to the client electronically.

Generating Multiple Forms

A citizenship clerk prepares all the necessary documentation for a citizenship ceremony. Before the ceremony, the clerk prints a new grant-of-citizenship form for each client who is scheduled to attend the ceremony. Each form is printed on an official government document. Each form contains fields for specific information about the client, such as First Name and Last Name, and general information about the event, such as event date, office location, and so on.

The clerk reviews the list of clients scheduled to attend the event, selects the client records, and then chooses the appropriate form to generate. The Siebel application creates the forms and populates the forms with the required data. The clerk reviews the forms, then prints the forms.

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