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Table Header not Recurring - when Generate PDF from HTML with tables - Adobe LiveCycle 04-05-2011
Hello, It is not working as expected...and I'm not sure if the functionality is supported. Want to create PDF from html document. The html document contains a html table that typically contains a large number of rows. To make reading easier the html table used thead and tbody elements, and their children, so that when the table extends across pages when printed the header element recurs on each page. However, the header element is not recurring in the generated PDF document (it only occurs in th...

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Is Html document containing tables with elements thead, tfoot and tbody supported? - Adobe LiveCycle 03-05-2011
Hello, I wanted to include in an assembly an html document that contains an html table with a large number of rows. The html table includes elements thead,tbody, and tfoot and their children. The objective is for the header element to repeat on each page. However, it is not working. The header element only appears in the top row of the first page of the assembled Pdf document. So I'm wondering if this feature (repeating header for tables that span several pages) is supported when the assembler i...

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Re: How to include form bookmarks in assembled document - Adobe LiveCycle 06-01-2011
Thank you for the reference ("working with bookmarks"). However, when I convert and assemble Microsoft word document that contained bookmarks the Microsoft word bookmarks are preserved in the assembled PDF document. Now, when I attempt to assemble a set of documents, one of which contains a PDF form with bookmarks, I am getting errors when trying to open the assembled document ("...another version of Adobe acrobat is required to properly open the document...").Are you able to assemble with LiveC...

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Re: How to include form bookmarks in assembled document - Adobe LiveCycle 05-01-2011
HelloI am using ES2 version of LiveCycle. Thanks for any insight.Regards

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How to include form bookmarks in assembled document - Adobe LiveCycle 13-10-2010
HelloMy assembled documents consists of pdf forms and pdf converted from word documents). The forms are multi-paged so I would like to bookmark the major sections of the form. Ideally the ouput document would have bookmarks created from the the source bookmarks. However, when the inputto the assembler include a pdf form with bookmarks the resulting assembled document does not open cleanly. A popup appears (Warning: JavaScript Window) containg the message: "This PDF form requires a newer version ...

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How to get number of pages in assembled PDF document? - Adobe LiveCycle 17-06-2010
I'm using ES2. After assembling a PDF result document from several inputs using DDX, I was wondering if there is a good way to ascertainthe number of pages in the resulting (combined) pdf document. The only way that I've found,so far, is to use DDX again to obtain an XML documentcontaining page-text information...and then find the number of pages in the assembled document. This seems awkward...please shareif there is a simple way to ascertain the number of pages in an assembled PDF document.Rega...

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Re: How to use xsl document() function with LiveCycle XSLT processor - Adobe LiveCycle 13-04-2010
I resorted to a workaround, since could not find the 'how-to' use xslt document() function with LC XSLT processor. So, instead, added an execute script service. Within the execute script, used jaxen APIs to perform XSLT processing including the use of document function. Finally, copied results back into LC process model variables. More indirect than desired, but works. jb1809

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Re: How to use xsl document() function with LiveCycle XSLT processor - Adobe LiveCycle 26-03-2010
Hello Steve,I checked the reference that you cited (XSLT Transformation). The reference omits discussing how to use xlst document() function within a stylesheet. I think that probably means that feature of xslt technology is not directly available through LiveCycle. When I find a workaround, I'll post an update...for the user community that might encounter the same issue. Thank you for your response and insight. Regards, jb1809

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How to use xsl document() function with LiveCycle XSLT processor - Adobe LiveCycle 25-03-2010
Hello,I would like to use LiveCycle XSLT processor to merge xml documents by using the xsl document() function.However, I have not, yet, found clear reference information on the specifics of how to accomplish in LC. For instance if you havea transformation that does merging using a standalone xml editor (such as Oxygen), than what is required to accomplish the sameusing the LiveCycle XSLT service. How do you specify the URI of the XML document that is specified as an input in the xsl document() ...

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Why Getting Malformed XML from DDX DocumentText - Adobe LiveCycle 30-12-2009
Hello,I wanted to get DocumentText information on assembled PDF documents. Works fine ( load output DocumentText document in XML Editor without XML malformed error) when the source PDF documents does not contain reserved xml entities (for example & ). However, when the source PDF document contained xml reserved characters (for example the &), I could not successfully load the DocumentText XML document into the XML editor (the XML editor informs that the & character is not escaped. Thank you for ...

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