There is no locking functionality. But you could hide the sections using
visibility expression or disable the fields using access(enablement)
expression. These expression can write rules based on a hidden field
value which depicts whether the user has permission or not.
Let's say this in your example point to field2 for which you want to
write calculate expression. Open the propertiies(or edit) dialog of
field2 in edit mode and in Calculate Expression input box, enter
expression:( TextField1.value == 1) ? 2 : 0Calculate Expression should
which would be automatically assigned to current field(field2 in above
Form Pre-fill is supported in ES4 as well including when opening it in
LiveCycle Workspace as part of task. Is there something specific that is
not working for you? As far as pre-filling drop down and list boxes are
concerned, it is possible to prefill them both In LiveCycle and AEM
Forms. If you can provide more details about the use case, we would be
able to help you with that.
Yes, XDP based HTML5 Forms are well supported on AEM 6.0 instance. For
that, you need to install additional package AEM Forms Add-On package.
You can see quick video about installation from package share @
http://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6/getting-started.html at installing
and configuring section. More information about installation is
As of AEM 6.0 GA release, it is not possible to use any AEM Form that is
stored in AEM repository, directly as asset to the Livecycle Assign Task
Activity. In order to do that, either you have to copy the Asset in
LiveCycle LCA as well or somehow write an intelligent code for example,
which passes this PDF form to LiveCycle process as input while invoking
the process which then can be further used in Assign Task as document
variable. By the way, if you were talking about Adaptive Form, those are...
Details about How Adaptive Form submission work and how you can
customize it is available
Connector invocation sample are available in link I sent you earlier.
You can write your own custom submit action and invoke connector from
there to get PDF, write that in temp storage. Then in Thank you page
jsp, you can read that from temp storage and write in response.B/w from
the above use case, it does not look like you want to submit ...
If your LiveCycle server is on different host/port then might be be
hitting cross-domain restriction of browser. In that case, you would to
write a proxy jsp/servlet deployed in AEM which in turn calls LiveCycle
post process. You can optionally use LiveCycle AEM
to invoke LiveCycle from AEM.
This seems to be bug in Adaptive Form.As a workaround, you can have two
drop downs dropdown1, dropdown2. dropdown2 is non-binded field and you
can populate it dynamically as mentioned in article. dropdown1 would be
binded with xfa dropdown with two additional expression: visibility
expression set to false. calc expression set to dropdown2.value
If your rest API directly return the XML and is open for to public
access, article already mentions the detail about how to use
the data XML url is not accessible anonymously, you can write your own
code, fetch the data in in you jsp or java code and set that in request
attribute which would be used for prefill. The above article mentions
how to prefill from request attribu...
You mean you imported the th XFA in Adaptive Form and change is not
trigger for dropdown field. For XFA based Adaptive Form, we support
change event for radio buttom, checbox and exit event fr all other field
types. So try moving your script to exit for Dropdown, it should work.
For #1, you can create and plug your own widget. A sample around how to
do that is available here . In your widget you make your code
conditional to show different control for different devices/browser
types.For #2, Offline form is on our roadmap, but currently we do not
provide this capability OOTB.
Bootstrap is just one part of the Adaptive Form echo system and there
are lot of other things that we are and we would be doing in future for
responsiveness and may be more than that, to show completely different
experience on mobile devices. For example, even today, you can use a
separate mobile layout that is different from desktop layout for
Are you using LiveCycle ES4?IIRC, You can probably plug your own PDF
Render Profile which, in addition to render the PDF , can also apply RE
to that. And then from Forms manager UI, you should be able to associate
that custom render PDF render profile to your XDP.
You can take look at LiveCycle Mobile Forms (Now known as AEM Forms)
capability  which enables LiveCycle Designer based Interactive XFA
Forms template on Tablet and other devices. : LiveCycle Help | Mobile