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Output Services trial

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Hi,

We are already using LiveCycle ES 8.2 Forms ES - however we would like to try out Output Services. Is there any way to temporarily enable this in our current installation? I have tried looking for turnkey installations, but I understand that these aren't available anymore.

Kind regards

Lars

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Lars,

There is a ES2 virtual appliance available that should contain Output ES. Check out the LiveCycle product blog for a description of the appliance and access to the download.

http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2009/11/livecycle_es2_-_evaluation_dow.html

Steve

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Lars,

There is a ES2 virtual appliance available that should contain Output ES. Check out the LiveCycle product blog for a description of the appliance and access to the download.

http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2009/11/livecycle_es2_-_evaluation_dow.html

Steve

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Hi Steve,

Downloaded the virtual appliance, worked like a charm - thanks.

Another question, is it possible to use an lca archive exported fra LiveCycle 8.x in 9.x? When I import the .lca, I don't see it in the workbench. But it's the in the adminui under the 8.x section. I only see the 9.x "applications" in the Workbench.

Kind regards

Lars

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Good.

The 8.x import to 9.0 is a 'little' confusing. Here are some notes I made for myself for a VERY early build of ES2.

1) Admin UI - import 8.x archive

2) Workbench applications view - click refresh

3) create new application ('File > New > Application')

4) optionally, create folders for forms, processes, etcetera

5) right-click on application version folder and select 'Import'

6) expand 'LiveCycle runtime content' folder and select 'Process'

    - lca should be visible in 'Process Import Wizard'

    - drill into proces name and select process version

    - select target folder and click 'Finish'

7) right-click on application version folder and select 'Import'

😎 expand 'LiveCycle runtime content' folder and select 'Resource'

    - lca resources on local machine should be visible in 'Resources Import Wizard'

    - select resource

    - select target folder and click 'Finish'

Give them a try and let me know if you need more help.

Steve