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Would like to upgrade to AEM, but have a question

CamC1
Level 1
Level 1

I have a large repository of forms created with Adobe Live Cycle Designer ES4. For business purposes, we are required to update content on these forms. It is critical for us to be able to make changes to the forms without having to recreate elements of the form or the entire form.

If we were to switch to AEM, would the entire forms repository created in Live Cycle have to be recreated in AEM, in order for us to make updates to the forms?

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GirishBedekar
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Level 9
Level 9

The forms created in live cycle designer will continue to work fine in AEM Forms

infact you have additional capability to render the forms in html5  Format in addition to the pdf format 

let us know if you need any further help

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GirishBedekar
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Level 9
Level 9

The forms created in live cycle designer will continue to work fine in AEM Forms

infact you have additional capability to render the forms in html5  Format in addition to the pdf format 

let us know if you need any further help

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CamC1
Level 1
Level 1

Thank you for answering my question. I would like to learn more about how AEM can work for our business. Who can I discuss this with?

GirishBedekar
Level 9
Level 9

You can also follow this link to learn more about html5 forms which are based on forms created using live cycle designer 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-learn/forms/html5-forms/creating-mobile-fo...

GirishBedekar
Level 9
Level 9

Email me gbedekar@adobe.com

i will give you details to contact me

Mayank_Gandhi
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

@CamC1 Pretty much all the xdp/pdf created in ES4 should work smoothly in AEM forms. You will have to do testing of the forms to make sure functions/properties are honored as things get deprecated or changed over the course of time. So minor updates might be required.