I am trying to install the AEM forms Workbench. Some of the details asked for are: “Username and Password” .But I am not fully sure what to enter here. I have tried default value “admin” for both Username and Password but it is not accepting.
For LiveCycle Server : What are the Host and HTTP Port, Are they for AEM server? I have entered the default host(localhost/IP information/fully qualified Computer name) and port(8080/4702(AEM instance Port)) details but it is giving unauthorized error.
Yes, you can use the processes created for LiveCycle on AEM Forms on JEE.
If you are already using AEM Forms on OSGi, then you also use AEM-LiveCycle Connector. The connector is to establish a connection between AEM Form on OSGi and AEM Forms on JEE / LiveCycle server. You will be able to run LiveCycle processes along with existing OSGi server. For more details, see https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6-2/aem-livecycle-connector.html
You are correct. Process management requires AEM Forms on JEE server.
Regarding Forms Designer, it works independently of AEM Forms on JEE /OSGi. Forms Designer is required to create XSD files. AEM Forms (both flavors) use XSD files to generate PDF and HTML5 Forms.
For Forms management, AEM Forms (both flavors) provides an in-browser forms management UI. You can use the forms management UI to manage XSD, PDF Forms, and related assets. AEM Forms also supports a new type of form knows as adaptive forms. To create an adaptive form, AEM Forms provides a separate browser-based editor.
I understand that process management would require having AEM forms JEE to be set up, but are all the features of Forms Designer (form management, creation etc,) available in AEM forms OSGI? Also are these two (AEM forms JEE and AEM forms OSGI) are licensed separately?
Also, I assume the designer is something that requires AEM Forms JEE, Whereas in AEM forms OSGI, forms creation is done directly on the AEM Forms admin page?
From the installation screen that you have shared, it looks like you are running AEM Forms on JEE.
AEM Forms on JEE requires an application server. If you perform turnkey installation, it uses pre-configured JBoss application server. If you perform a custom install, you can use any application server listed on the supported platforms page.
From the Adobe Experience Manager Forms Database Initialization screen that you have shared, looks like you are installing AEM Forms. Correct me if I am wrong. If you are installing AEM Forms, on the Adobe Experience Manager Forms Database Initialization screen ensure that the host-name and port number provided is for your application server and continue with the installation.