That sounds normal behaviour to me.
What are you expecting?
is this for all PDFs?
check how the PDF is displayed in Safari by dragging the exported PDF into Safari website.
did you try to create a new layout?
how big are your PDFs?
did you increase Cache size of FMP?
I was expecting to be able to see and interact with the PDF. Scroll through pages, zoom, etc.
The field appears as a plain white box.
Dragging the PDF into Safari it appears fine
Yes, this behaviour is on two different layouts (same table instance)
PDFs are less than a Mb
Yes I've increased the Cache size to 256
I should also point out that this behaviour is showing on two different FM Servers (both 14). The customer's production server and our own development server. Separate machines, separate networks. However on our own development server we do have another solution that we use in house that is showing the interactive PDF content correctly. So it can't be the server, or the ports etc. which I've seen mentioned in other similar posts. The only difference that I can think of is that the file that is working correctly was originally developed in FM 12. The solution that has problems was developed in FM 14.
I am seeing this issue as well on a clients system using the 14v6 and 15v1. seems to be an issue with rendering the preview. The default browser pdf plugin we use us Foxit for my clients, I am using apple preview same result for both. this is happening cross platform.
OK, Quick Follow up to report I have resolved the problem with my client. The internal IT staff set up a new server to host a web site, so they changed port forwarding for port 80 from the FMS box to the new web server. Well that blocked interactive media streaming. I reset port forwarding to the FMS server and all is good. Now we have to figure out if I change the ports on FMS from 80 to something else, or they change the ports on the new web server so both can live behind the same NAT.