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How to set document rights for pdf template with Adobe Life Cycle Designer ES4

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I purchased recently a license of adobe life cycle ES4. I developed a new pdf template and I intended to use an OK button for uploading attachments into this form. I used the action generator of the application and selected the appropriate action to be triggered on click event. Unfortunately I didn't get this up and running. The action generator shows always an alert for this action saying that this function will work only with specific document rights set within my template. I don't know what right to set and where within the application this needs to be done.

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Many thanks Bruce. This conforms my fears. It clear to me now.

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28-04-2018

Hi,

There a good explanation of the right management in the this blog by Niall O'Donovan, Using LiveCycle Forms in Acrobat and Reader | Assure Dynamics developing dynamic LiveCycle and Flex ... . It fairly old but I don't think much has changed.  But the adding attachment rights is added using the LiveCycle Reader Extensions product, which makes it very expensive.

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