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How do I get to the Object Definition Editor?

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I know this has got to be a beyond basic questions and I feel kind of stupid for asking, but how do I utilize the SDK? I am new to working in a Java environment and it's a bit confusing to me at times.



So, I downloaded the SDK. I know how to add new QPACS in Workflow designer, but, for example, how do I get to the Object Definition Editor?



Thank you,

Jennifer
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Of course after spending 30 minutes trying to figure this out and then FINALLY posting a message here, I spent another few seconds to look for it again and found it...



For anyone else wondering - click on the ODE.bat file found in the path: LiveCycleWorkflow703_SDK\LiveCycleWorkflow7_SDK\Misc\ODE



Thanks....



Jennifer

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Thanks for coming back and posting the solution!



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SteveX

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Hi

The 7.0.0 version of the ODE was missing a couple of jar files, and this caused some of the functionality to not work properly, specifically "synchronize". (This may have been fixed in later versions, I haven't checked.)



In order to fix this, copy all .jar files from the WF designer's lib directory to the ODE's lib directory (no overwrite if the file already exists).



Howard

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