I managed to download the document using the Web Download feature in GoodReader. It would not display the pdf, so I tried opening it in PDF Expert. This is what I got.
A search of the App Store did not immediately show any apps capable of displaying an Adobe Dynamic XML Form. Not to say there is not one, just that my quick search came up empty.
Our of curiosity I chose the Send To Us option in the PDF Expert dialog. So far no reply, but I'll update here when they do.
I received my replay from PDF Expert. They could not convert the file because it is protected. That probably means you will not be able to convert it even if you get the Adobe LifeCycle Designer trial they recommend.
At this point all I can think of is to explore the website to see if they have alternate versions of the file, or contact the originators and see what they can/will do.
thank you so very much. you have been so helpful. i think at this point its left to Apple to do what so ever that is needed to be done so that i can view such files on my iPad. since the file displays perfectly well on Windows Pc
Or Adobe could update their own iOS app to do so. They just did do an update, with some nice new features, but Dynamic XML file support was not included. Well I don't' thinks so. Might be worth your while to update the app and check again.
I'm pretty sure your Windows machine doesn't natively display these files either. You probably have Adobe Reader installed, and it is a much more capable app on Windows and OSX than it is on iOS.