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Advantages of Adobe Digital Enterprise - Designer over LiveCycle Designer

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I wish to know what the advantages of Adobe Digital Enterprice Platform Designer over LiveCycle Designer?

Can we modify digital platform file with LiveCycle Designer?

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Hi,

Here are my top 10 favourite new features of ADEP Designer (eg version 10): http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/top-10-adep-designer-features.html.

Also have a look here at some sample files: http://assure.ly/rqCuEn (please note hat you will need to open these files in Acrobat X/Reader X (eg version 10). 

You can edit an XFA Form in LC Designer, that had originally been created in ADEP Designer 10. However new features will not be available, when opened in an earlier version of Designer.

Hope that helps,

Niall

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Hi,

Here are my top 10 favourite new features of ADEP Designer (eg version 10): http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/top-10-adep-designer-features.html.

Also have a look here at some sample files: http://assure.ly/rqCuEn (please note hat you will need to open these files in Acrobat X/Reader X (eg version 10). 

You can edit an XFA Form in LC Designer, that had originally been created in ADEP Designer 10. However new features will not be available, when opened in an earlier version of Designer.

Hope that helps,

Niall

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I expected you would reply this thread. I know you are also expert at ADEP.

So, Both JavaScript are same?

Thanks

Niall! you are a dedicated person.

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You're welcome!

Yes, ADEP Designer 10 is just an upgrade to LC Designer (version 9 or below). Therefore existing script in an existing form (both JavaScript and FormCalc) will work when the form is opened in ADEP Designer 10.

You can view the various XFA Specifications here: http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/xml/index_arch.html#xfa_31.

Niall