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Re: Question about scripts in repeatbel sub-form objects
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Vijay - Thanks for the solution. It works perfectly.GeneveveX - thanks for the JS cheers.Ameeth

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Hi, I am working on creating a form which has a sub-form that can be repeated as many times as the user wants to. There is an ‘Add’ button which creates an instance of the sub-form on the form, when clicked.On the sub-form I have 5 numeric fields say a1-a5 and 1 field say b1 which is the sum of all these 5 fields.On the Main form I have a 2 fields - say t1 and f1. The requirement is t1=f1+b1+(sub-form instance 2’s b1)+(sub-form instance 3’s b1)+ and so on …depending on as many sub-form instances...

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Adobe does not test or provide a specific solution, leaving this up to the customer. Some customers have used the Java Services Wrapper to handle and manage running the TCP Locator as a windows service. http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.com/doc/english/download.jspThanksAmeeth

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Using TCP locators instead of UDP for cluster caching resolved this issue.

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