I have been using ES2 LC Designer to create XFA forms. More users want to use iPads to open these forms. I understand forms created on ES2 are not compatible with iPads. I also understand that ES4 Designer will allow rendering of these forms to HTML5 and allow them to open on iPads, but I am having trouble obtaining information on exactly how to acquire ES4. Here is my question:
I am a single-point user (not an enterprise). I would like to purchase ES4 for the sole purpose of rendering my ES2 forms in HTML5 to make them compatible with iPads. Am I able to purchase this product, or is it only for enterprises? I see that it involves downloading a server. Is a normal PC sufficient for this, or do I need access to an elaborate (and expensive) server system?
LiveCycle Designer ES4 does not produce HTML5 forms compatible for an iPAD. A server product known as LiveCycle Forms Pro is needed to render the template created in Designer to HTML.
Thank you, TundraSteve.
Can a regular end-user (like myself) obtain LiveCycle Forms Pro, or is this strictly an enterprise solution? If so, how do I find it? If not, how does my company get it? My employer is under the impression that the server required is very expensive.
When I search for "LiveCycle Forms Pro" the only hits I get are for ES4 Enterprise Suite. So how do I find this product? Thanks again.