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Robert_Hirst
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  • That would probably be the best approach for your situation if the list data is unlikely to change often.For reference for anybody trying to solve this problem where you are likely to have to change the data frequently or need have different drop-down data on each form instance, there's a page in th...

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  • Install docs are all available here:http://www.adobe.com/support/documentation/en/livecycle/

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  • I believe you will need the plug-in available here:http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/support_knowledge_center_policy_server.html

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  • I got this today, in my case it could be fixed by logging out, then renaming the saved server settings (just the "Server Title") to something else and logging back in.This seems to create a brand new workspace in "C:\Program Files\Adobe\LiveCycle ES\Workbench ES\Workbench\workspace" which doesn't co...

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  • The settings you mention all sound fine, but the I believe the Flex War file may be what you referred to as the flex-tomcat files (specifically the one should be called flex.war from the install folder). You don't need to deploy the flex.war file to JBoss manually, when you create a project, you jus...

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  • OK, at the point where it is just accessing splash.flag, check you can see two java.exe processes in task manager, look for the one that is using the most CPU, and set the priority to BelowNormal on just that java.exe, then see if files begin unpacking to the temp folder again.

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  • Disabling the antivirus before launching the installer speeds up the process. If you have one running might be worth trying that.If you want to check that the installer is actually unpacking something try FileMon from the Microsoft website. You should see java.exe process writing loads of files into...

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  • I've had this before, when it happens I usually turn down the process priority in task manager for the java.exe process which is using the most CPU (the installer starts two java.exe processes). It might not work for you, but it's worth a shot. I've not heard of "us-en" being a requirement to instal...

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  • I've not heard of that file, where did you hear about it?The instructions I would recommend following for enabling SSL are on page 17 of the admin guide available here:http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_lc_administration

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  • Glad upping page file did the trick, normally the least memory you can get away with is about 2GB (JBoss alone can use 900MB+ in memory).

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