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JoshDBoyle-DVzR
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Re: Multiple rawValues and switch statements - can you do this? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-04-2010
EDIT: I didn't realize replying to the email I receive as part of my subscription to this thread would enter my response for me. Cool!

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Re: Multiple rawValues and switch statements - can you do this? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-04-2010
Hey Legallogic!What kind of values will the drop-downs have? As for the output field, what kind of values would it have? In other words, are you wanting to add all the values of drop-down lists to the output field as a comma-separated list (i.e. value1,value2,value3)?

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Re: Flatten a PDF files when you press the submitt button - Adobe LiveCycle 28-04-2010
Hey rweastmanir!As a simple workaround, I might recommend having a hidden field on your form. In the preSubmit event (client side), I would set this field to some easily testable value like "1" or "DONE". Then, you could just add a script to the initialize event of the form's root node that tests the value of that field. If the value is "1" or "DONE" then set all the fields to "readOnly".Feel free to shoot me an email if you have any questions!Josh BoyleCardinal Solutions Groupjboyle@cardinalsol...

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Re: Multiple rawValues and switch statements - can you do this? - Adobe LiveCycle 28-04-2010
Hey Legallogic!I'm not 100% certain I understand what you are struggling with but I'd be happy to help. If you could provide an alternate explanation of your issue I'll take a look and help you solve it. What I *think* you're asking about is in reference to the test case of a switch statement. Typically a switch would be used to test the value of one particular variable, so:switch (varTest){ case "A": //Do something here break; case "B": //Do something else here break; default: //Do something co...

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Re: Validation on Exit prevents window closing. - Adobe LiveCycle 28-04-2010
Hey Kyle!The Validate and Calculate events are both responsive events meaning that they always fire in response to other events. When you exit a field, the Validate event for that field should fire. My recommendation would be to leverage the Validate event for your validation as opposed to the Exit event and to ensure that each Validate event is set to run client-side (select "client" from the "Run At" option within the script window.I apologize in advance if you are already familiar with the Va...

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Re: Way to invoke pattern validation in script - Adobe LiveCycle 03-12-2009
Hello drcaesar-21qe0k!Any form node (Text Field, Drop-down List, etc) has a method you can invoke called "execValidate". This method invokes both the pattern and the script validation for the given node - in that order. If you had a form with a text field entitled txtTest for which you would like to run the pattern validation on, you would simply type:txtTest.execValidate();Please let me know if you have any questions!Josh Boylejboyle@cardinalsolutions.comCardinal Solutions Group

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Re: Suppressing Warning and Error Dialogs in 8.2 - Adobe LiveCycle 26-11-2009
Just thought I would reach out one last time on this topic. To be more specific, I am looking for a means by which to "turn off" dialogs within a Designer 8.2 form. I still wish to use Validation patterns and perhaps Validation scripts but I don't want any dialog boxes to appear should any pattern or script be violated.Any help would be appreciated.Thanks in advance!

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Re: Transaction Management using JDBC service - Adobe LiveCycle 25-11-2009
Hello Amit!It is true that LiveCycle 8.2's JDBC service has on built-in exception handling. This has been remedied in 9.0 as there are now several exception types that can be handled.If I understand correctly, your trouble comes with the lack of transaction management around the existing JDBC service within LiveCycle. To this I can only recommend that any SQL statements needing to be run with transaction management be done so within an executeScript service. I have, on many, many occasions, util...

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Re: MANDATORY FIELD VALIDATION BEFORE SUBMIT - Adobe LiveCycle 24-11-2009
Hello rohitacmilan!Just to ensure I'm covering all bases, note that the existence of ANY empty required field (set as User Entered - Required) will prevent the form from submitting by default.What I believe you're getting at though is that you would like to programmatically check all required fields prior to submission so you can take a custom action. If this is the case, you will indeed need a script like the one you have displayed. After reviewing your script I found a few issues that I'll dis...

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Suppressing Warning and Error Dialogs in 8.2 - Adobe LiveCycle 23-11-2009
AllI am looking into whether or not it is possible to suppress warning and error dialogs within a form created by LiveCycle Designer 8.2. I am aware this functionality is easily configurable within ES2 - which is the driver behind why I would like to get it working in some form within 8.2. Essentially, I would like no dialog boxes to appear unless explicitly done so via script.Any ideas?

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