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Re: Validating dates - Adobe LiveCycle 02-02-2010
Hi Aditya,In addition to warning the user that the date is in the wrong format, you could clear the field (e.g. this.rawValue = ""). Then on your submit button you could do a check to see if the date fields are empty. If they are, alert the user else submit the form. Example:if (dateField.rawValue == "") { // tell user to enter a valid date}else { // submit the form}

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Re: long script sentences break even if valid syntax - Adobe LiveCycle 01-02-2010
There is no limit on the length of the scripts. What does the compiler say?By glancing over your example, you should get an error at thefirst occurrence where the word 'work' is used (this.rawValue = "On atypical day I leave home for at " + work .....)

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Re: Revision number in forms. - Adobe LiveCycle 01-02-2010
If you mean the version number of the SVN commit, then yes it is possible. Iuse script objects for all my functions and right at the top of the file icreate a variable (e.g. var version = "$Id:$";). Then on the XDP file rightclick and go to TortoiseSVN > Properties and create a new property(svn:keywords) with a property value (Revision HeadURL Id) . Each time theXDP is committed, it updates the variable with the latest date, time anduser commit info.

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Re: Extra tags in the submitted XML from PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 01-02-2010
Have you tried setting the data binding on the fields and buttons you don'twant to export to 'None' ?

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Re: tabbing order - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2010
Those 3 steps normally work form me. May be worth another try - go through everything again to make sure you didn't miss something. Pay close attention to the alignment of the fields. I'm not sure if you use the snap to grid option in designer. That ensures the fields have the same x coordinates.

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Re: How do I denote a file name for submitted XML form data? - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2010
Hi Dyr,To the best of my knowledge the XML attachment's filename will always match name of the PDF. My only other suggestion would be for you to change the name of the PDF or XML before you email it.

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Re: tabbing order - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2010
In the XML Source tab, do a search for . You should see something like this: Remove all 3 of those lines (there should be numerous duplications of these 3 lines if you set the tab order manually - 1 for each field on the form). You don't need to replace them with anything, just remove all of them. Be careful not to remove anything else by accident as that could cause serious issues. I suggest that you make a backup of the xdp before you start with this.

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Re: tabbing order - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2010
First, make sure that your fields in the hierarchy are in the correct order(they should flow in the same order as the tab order). Secondly, make surethat all the fields are lined up correctly. If a field on the right is afraction higher than a field on the left, it will take priority over thefield on the left. Let us know if that fixes the problem. There is a laststep that involves removing tags from the xml, but first try those two stepsand see if it sorts out the issue.

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Re: How do I denote a file name for submitted XML form data? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-01-2010
When you preview a PDF from inside designer, it uses a temp filename for the doc and therefore when you test xml submit etc you will get the 'e.g. _e8hfydsh55hsksdf.xml' as a filename. However if the form is saved locally (e.g. MyForm.pdf) and you use Reader / Acrobat to open the PDF, then the email's subject message as well as the xml file will be MyForm.xml. Does that help you?

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Re: Submitting form data as XML - Can you edit the node structure? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-01-2010
You can create an XML Schema and map it to the fields on the form by creating a data connection (see help file). That way you can structure the XML in any format you wish.

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