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xfa form type not available

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I dont see xfa form in the 'Type' dropdown when i try to create a new variable..

Can anyone help me ...
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It's called xfaForm.



If you don't find it, go to the bottom of the list. You'll see a Find Type and try to find it that way.



Jasmin

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I couldnot find using 'Find Type' also.

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Can you check under the Component View to see if the Task Manager service is installed and started properly.



The service id is com.adobe.idp.taskmanager.dsc.service.TaskManagerDSC



Jasmin

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Hi,



I have the same problem, don't see the xfaForm variable. I don't see the "com.adobe.idp.taskmanager.dsc.service.TaskManagerDSC" in the component view. Can you please tell me how to add this component?



Kind regards



Lars

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Figured out how to add the missing component, thanks anyway.

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I don't see com.adobe.idp.taskmanager.dsc.service.TaskManagerDSC.

Hansen,Let me know how to add a missing component.



Also ,how to use component as a service as I don't find all the components in the Service view.

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Right click "Components" and browse for .jar file. Should be located in a folder similar to this: c:\adobe\livecycle8\deploy



I was lucky to have another environment running LiveCycle ES where I found the missing .jar file.



/Lars

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The easiest way is to re-run Configuration Manager, and deploy components. Make sure that you select Process Management when you installed LiveCycle, otherwise the Task Manager component won't be included.<br /><br />You can also drag-drop the component from the file system directly into the Components view in WorkBench. You'll find all components in:<br /><adobeInstallDir/deploy. However, there are dependencies between components, so it's generally safer to use Configuration Manager.<br />Howard<br />http://www.avoka.com