Originally Posted by AndrewGSW
This doesn't quite make sense to me. You would normally use PHP to construct a page which displays all the information, with the information itself being returned from the database. So, there is only one page but its data changes when the page is requested.
You could use PHP to create or modify a PDF and then forward this to the browser. The browser will normally either offer to download the pdf (and save it) or open it in an in-browser pdf-viewer.
There are a number of PHP-PDF libraries
that enable you to create or modify pdfs.
The reason I want to stick to using PDF forms is just the shear amount and size of the forms I have to recreate, I could go through and recreate all of these in HTML if I have too, I would just rather not. Instead of coding out the form then making the processing scripts for viewing and posting and such I figured if possible, I could redo the forms in LiveCycle, which is pretty much just drag and drop, then save the information to the database from that form and then somehow pull the database information back out and put it in the form using php or possibly some other language. If it's not possible I will have to go this route I guess, not fun but I may have to do it.