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JosephDoggie
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  • 22-10-2013
    I am trying to invoke a WSDL from a javascript method, however I get the following error:This error was found in the javascript console:GeneralError: Operation failedXFA.Object.execute:111:XFA:node_example_root[0]:example[0]:header[0]:ExampleDropDownList[0]:exitError attempting to read fromfilehttp:...

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  • 09-10-2013
    A colleague came up with an answer that I share here if anyone has problems with this.There is a location (tmp) that fills up with GB of memory -- why doesn't LiveCycle auto-clean this, b.t.w. ?On my testap, this is located at:E:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCyle ES3\jboss\server\lc_turnkey\tmp {Thanks for not e...

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  • 09-10-2013
    I have two different forms that were rendering correctly on my local for a long time, including just yesterday.Suddently, I get the following error:{Note: Somebody should enable copy-paste on these forum pages!):HTTP Status 500 - DSCError: ComponentID= DSC ErrorCode =2 MinorCode = 0 Message= Paramet...

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  • 07-10-2013
    I need my SQL queries to run each time the form is opened. This is whether the form is opened by the original user, an approver in workspace, or when someone opens a form (possibly rejected) via an attachment in e-mail. It appears that the processes for "Render" seem only to run when the form is ori...

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  • 19-07-2013
    Are there any SQL Server database example applications for LiveCycle workbench? I am looking for things that are downloadable for free.A complete example where someone used a form to modify a table in a well-known database such as "Northwind" or whatever or a very simple home-made databse would be n...

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  • 16-07-2013
    It turns out that the warning message indicates a real problem. In my case the schema was wrong, the document was right, so one would want to edit the schema by hand to match the document and not just let it change the document. If the two get close enough "in sync" after manual editing, THEN one ca...

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  • 15-07-2013
    The interesting thing is that if the document is out of sync everything works -- or seems to; but if I let it put them "in sync" fields that I fill out on the document disappear in workbench, therefore it is not working. I don't really understand this .... do you have any insight why that would occu...

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  • 12-07-2013
    Apparently, this means that the schema is out of sync with the document. Does anyone have any idea of how to get that back in sync without ruining functionality. I know it would help to post the files involved, but I am not able to do that.Thanks in advance....

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  • 10-07-2013
    When I open my xdp form in Adobe LiveCycle Desinger, I see the following message:The XML schema used to create data connection 'x' has changed.Do you want Designer to update the connection using the modified XML Schema?I actually tried clicking yes and it had the effect (in my case) of ruining my wo...

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  • 08-07-2013
    I am using Live Cycle Workbench ES3, version 10.0.2.x

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