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Read XDP from crx in workbench process and return a document object

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21-09-2017

Hi All,

We have a scenario where we want to upload the xdp files to crx and then read them through a livecycle/AEM workbench process , and return it as a document object so we can apply the create PDF activity on them.

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27-10-2017

Why are you not uploading the XDP through workbench and then using them in your process?

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27-10-2017

Steve is correct - you should be using a Workbench process for this use case.