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Re: Problem view PDF Form in Chrome - Adobe LiveCycle 25-10-2021
@asibley ,4 years on - all those browsers have lost the ability to run the old style plugins - hence Adobe Reader/Acrobat plugin will not be opened inside the browser any more. This means that XFA based PDF forms (Adobe Designer or AEM Forms) will not work inside Chrome, Mozilla or Edge any more. The only way to get such a form displayed is to flatten it to a standard "print-PDF".The interactive forms must be downloaded and opened in Adobe Reader/Acrobat to be used.

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Betreff: Generate editable pdf for dynamic HTML5 form - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 20-10-2021
Hi @Gaurav-Behl it should be possible but I think we need more information about your use case. These are HTML renditions of XDP layouts, not Adaptive Forms?1) you say you create a static PDF from a HTML form which is editable? Do HTML form and PDF come from the same XDP?2) What exactly do you mean with dynamic form? My understanding is a form that dynamically adds or removes sections depending on user input or data. How do you combine 2 static forms into the "dynamic" form?3) What exactly is no...

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Re: Anchor links within a Designer form, is this possible? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 19-10-2021
Hi @nowackem ,well, sort of. There is the setFocus() function which would move the focus to a field somewhere. BUT you must use an interactive field to jump to. If you want to use pages the you need to do the bookmark approach @GirishBedekar showed you.I have a quick example with both in it. See if that helps you...Re: Anchor links within a Designer form, is this possible?

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Re: DDX converts attachments to PDF - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 15-10-2021
Hi @jCaltrans the DDX per se is ok, you would not even need the mimetype. I used a static PDF and added an xlxs file and it showed up allright.I have a feeling that your extraction of those attachments already goes wrong. I did a quick DDX only approach which extracts and adds. The file types remain what they were. This pulls attachments from an XFA PDF and then I can use it to add to a static PDF.The naming of the attachments source is generic. When you generate your DDX you can dynamically se...

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Re: Adobe Embed PDF API - XDP Forms - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 15-10-2021
Hi @crich2784 ,the use case of interactive, dynamic PDF forms as a data capture tool is a thing of the past. Apart from Adobe Reader/Acrobat, no other PDF Viewer supports it any more. Replacing them with AcroForms would mean to re-build them - and AcroForms are not exactly "latest" technology either.When you migrate from good old LiveCycle JEE to OSGi only I would recommend to also reform the data capture, using what Adobe sees as best practice. Adaptive Forms with Document of Record. Your XDPs ...

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Re: DDX converts attachments to PDF - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 14-10-2021
Hi @jCaltrans ,what you want to do is perfectly possible, we do not automatically convert non-PDF to PDF if not told to do so. The use case as I understand it:You have an interactive, XFA based PDF form and you have users add attachments to the PDF by some means (e.g. like @Mayank_Tiwari's example).When this PDF arrives at the server, you extract the attachments from the XFA PDF and place them in a map variable.Then you use Assembler functionality to first flatten the XFA based PDF, making it a ...

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Re: How to create a PDF/A document after the user fills out the form in Acrobat? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 08-10-2021
@nowackem , do you run AEM Forms Server? If so and if the server is visible to the users, one could submit the PDF and convert it with AEM Forms services. It is also possibel to submit the data only and render a PDF/A version of the form on the server to be placed in some archive, etc...Without such server functionality, out of itself, the PDF cannot be converted to PDF/A just like that.

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Re: How to create a PDF/A document after the user fills out the form in Acrobat? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 08-10-2021
@Mayank_Tiwari on first look it sounded good and I wasn't aware of that option - I learned something about AcroJS...But for @nowackem this is probably not going to help. Here is why:the command as you show does not work in XFA forms. It would have to be myDoc = event.target;myDoc.saveAs("..","..");But even when you use the correct way to address the document it will not work because of the errorNotAllowedError: Security settings prevent access to this property or method. SaveAs is considered a t...

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Re: How do I replicate rows from expanding table into three separate read only tables based on selection from dropdown - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 07-10-2021
@jeffm70816839 that can be achieved with scripting...Basically you create 4 dynamic tables. The first one being the source, the other 3 positioned in separate pages.The change on the drop down will trigger some script where you select the static table, add an instance and copy the needed columns.This is not trivial though. What happens when you change an existing one. You need to remove the matching from one table and add it to the other. When you delete the main entry, you also will have to fin...

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