Thank you for your post.
Are you able to export the file to the DocumentsPath? That is, try the following:
Set Variable [ $filepath ; Value: "file:" & Get (DocumentsPath) & "test.pdf" ]
Export Field Contents [ <Container field> ; "$filepath" ; Automatically open ]
If this works, then replace Get (DocumentsPath) with Get (TemporaryPath).
If this works, then replace "test.pdf" with the actual filename.
Keep me updated with any progress.
You may also want to try using Get(DocumentsPath) without automatically opening and see if it is on your device (or use Open URL).
Thanks for the input!!It took a while but I have the solution "almost" complete.As you can see in the appendix, I use two different methods depending wat kind of device i'm using.In this method, I first save the file to the ipad then i'll open it. Strangely he only work in two steps.The previous problem is that the file should be stored temporarily on the ipad and after viewing it should be removed automatically.Now the file remains on the ipad itself. After opening a document its available in the FileMaker Go app itself (starting filemaker Go left bar side device) is there a script step the covers this problem?