Based on this link
it is now possible to add bookmarks thru LC for XFA forms. How do you do it thru Designer? or is only doable thru Output? This is very critical for us due to WCAG 2.0 compliancy.
I found this blog specific for ES2+
where its been possible with the addition of the macro. However further reading of macros and designer indicate that stuff on blogs isn't necessarily officially supported.
from john brinkman in link: http://blogs.adobe.com/formfeed/2010/01/designer_es2_macros.html
Ennis:Unfortunately, even if I knew the answer to whether macros will be officially supported — I couldn’t answer. Our policy for blogging is pretty clear that we may not give specific information on product futures.But I encourage you to make your wishes known through whatever channels you have available.In the prototype version, I am not aware of any restrictions on the http requests made by the flash plugin. i.e. it’s not wired like flash-in-acrobat where the flash http requests go through the Reader network stack. As far as I know, Designer does not have the equivalent of a network stack.John
So back to my question. How do you create bookmarks for xfa forms in Designer ES3?
I created bookmarks by editing the xml source of the xfa documents. I have created bookmark for subforms extensively using this method
the following code snippet
<subform w="203.2mm" name="Eligibility" layout="tb">
<?templateDesigner expand 1?></subform>
In the above example I have a sub form called "Eligibility" and have created a bookmark for it using the extras tag
Let me know if you have problems using this method
thx but that is what i get when i click on the link.
how could i download the macro (bookmarks) pugin for Designer aem Forms.
I can get it to work in ES3 but not ES2 (Version 126.96.36.199.20120627.2.874785)
I will give both solutions a try. Yours and workflouser's.
I have to move this to another computer because the system I currently use does not have enough horsepower (desktop purchased in 2004 - Don't ask... budget cuts)
Thanks you for the comments.
this error message occurs as the macro API of ES2 doesn't know the getLocale() method. I used that method as I initally wrote the macro for ES3.
You can fix this when you open the LCB_Bookmarker.js with an editor and comment out line 27 and remove the comment sign in line 25.
But I think the bookmaks are not created when you save a XFA form with ES2, this feature seems to be a available only in ES3 and higher.
23 /* Sprache fuer Makro ermitteln - Determine language for the macro */
24 /* In Designer ES2 */
25 var language = xfa.template.nodes.item(0).getAttribute("locale") === "de_DE" ? "German" : "English";
26 /* In ADEP Designer */
27 //var language = designer.getLocale() === "de_DE" ? "German" : "English";
28 designer.setDialogString("Language", language);
I downloaded the most current "bookmark plug-in" for Designer from the link above. Placed it in the correct location. Restarted Designer.
When I select an object, and select "Tools", "Scripts", LCB_Bookmarker.js... I get the following error.
I am using LiveCycle Designer ES2 (188.8.131.52...) Windows XP SP3. With Acrobat 8 Pro and Acrobat 9 Pro. (Don't ask why Acro 8).
Any idea what could be wrong. And thanks for the tips and posts. It has made my life more difficult (and easier) at the same time.