I have a question - can I use workspace through the internet?
For example, I use workspace in our local network by address http://adobeserver:8080/workspace. Also our admin gave me an entry point to the workspace over the internet, for example by url http://companyName/workspace/. But when I'm trying to open any form it's impossible due to loading which continues without any result: I see only spinning circle and nothing is going on.
I cought the traffic and saw that it uses local url (adobeserver) instead of internet url (companyName).
So, does anybody know if there is a setting in adminui to get access to the workspace through the internet? I know that such setting exists in SharePoint and called Access Mapping - Public URLs - Internet Zone.
If nobody knows this can you advise me how to write a letter to the Adobe LiveCycle support team?
I am experiencing the same problem trying to access the Workspace application through a reverse proxy. I referred to the document "Hardening and Security for LiveCycle ES", section "Configuring LiveCycle ES for access beyond the enterprise", subsection "Setting up a reverse proxy for web access". I guess the documentation incorrectly states the /workspace and /workspace-server URLs are available for end user access via a reverse proxy configuration?
Does anyone know when this functionality will be available in Workspace?
You should contact Adobe Support and inquire about a fix/patch to Workspace for reverse proxy support. Please mention the version of LiveCycle you are using, describe what you're trying to accomplish, and the results you're seeing.