Sorry, i meant check for the TaskManager endpoint in Endpoint Management
🙂I didnt check with IE8. However, IE 6 works for me. Can you try to
lower the browser security settings or may be try to add this
http://server:port in your trusted websites list and see if that makes a
diff. I know that IE8 has a lot of increased security constraints.
Make sure you goto Home -> Services -> Applications and Services ->
Endpoint Management and check for the watched folder name and service
from there and use it in your workspace URL.Lets say you have a Service
name - Test_attachment/Test_attachment and endpoint name - TestSo URL
HiGoto components view in workbench and look for the components
RepositoryService and RepositoryProviderService.Make sure they are
started.If they are already started you might try reinstalling these
1) If both of your PDFs have the same schema:You can first export the
xml data using ExportData operation in an xml variable.And then use the
import data operation to import the data into the other PDF2) If the two
PDFs have different schema:Use ExportData operation to export data in an
xml variable.Then you can use "set value" operation to set the values of
the fields in the other pdf with the values from the xml variable.
That would happen if you already have Designer installed (which also
comes with Acrobat). Check to see if you have Acrobat installed on your
machine and do you already have designer installed on your machine?