SDP templates can easily be published to a shared folder on the local network or a Web server.
Information in an SDP form can be submitted directly to a Web service, a URL, a database, or similar destination. SDP enables users to submit form data to an HTTP server, using the POST method, or to a Web service through the SOAP protocol. Designers can also type in custom messages to be presented upon the success or failure of submission, as well as specify what should happen to the form upon submission (remain open, close, etc.).
Sydock Document Processor provides numerous sample forms that can be easily customized in design mode to fit specific business needs. SDP also provides sample forms that can be used as a designer resource, demonstrating how SDP can automate and be integrated into a number of different business processes.