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Re: LC Configuration Manager problem, port 8080 still in use?
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John_C_Cummins
- Adobe LiveCycle
Have you confirmed that the Firewall and/or Anti-Virus aren't blocking the connection attempt from Configuration Manager (a Java process) to the LiveCycle server? If you're not running Configuration Manager on the server, check both the client and server machines.

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Re: Removing Application using removeApplication
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- Adobe LiveCycle
What method did you use?

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Re: error after a new ES2 installed
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I'm working with a customer running LC ES2 SP2 onWAS 7.xSolaris T-SeriesOracle 10 DBAnd we're still seeing this error. It isn't causing problems, just showing up in the logs. It should be fixed in ES3.

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Re: LC Configuration Manager problem, port 8080 still in use?
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Try the steps that Jayan listed in his response to this post. http://forums.adobe.com/message/2556810

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Re: How do I add a new page dynamically base on the expendable text field?
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Verify that the parent of the subform also has a flow layout. If you have the below structure, both page1 and subform need to have a flow layout.page1 (must be flow) subform (must be flow) textfield (must be allow multiple lines and expand to fit for height)If you've done all of that, then it should work.

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Re: Unable to configure ALC RM ES2 with GeoTrust SSL Certificate
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Ali,It seems that JBoss eitehr can't find the truststore (triple check the path such as forward slashes on Unix) or does not believe your X.509 cert is really an X.509 cert. Did you check the cert with a different tool? For example if you are on Windows, you can right-click the .cer file and check the properties and it will tell you if it's an X.509 cert.I hope this helps.John

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Re: Automatically fill in field based on data from table rows
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- Adobe LiveCycle
This is pretty complicated. You'll have to use scripting for this and I'll tell you how I'd approach this with JavaScript.First of all you need to decide at what point you want to populate this field with the drop down selections. I think you have two options.Option 1 - Automatically calculate this field each time a user makes a drop-down selection. It's possible that a user will enter data and then change a drop down value so you'll have to account for this.Option 2 - Create an update button th...

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Re: Printable Expanding Text Fields
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Did you make sure that you have a dynamic form and not static?Select the comments fields andmake sure that allow multiple lines is set in the object tab. Then go to the layout tab. Make sure that the height is set to expand to fit (this is a checkbox).You also have to make sure that the subform / page that this control is on has a flow layout, so that it expands to accomodate your dynamic comments.Sorry for the duplicate message. - After a refresh I didn't see Srini's comments which are the same...

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Re: To make existing PDF as a fillable form.
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John_C_Cummins
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Raju,It depends on the type of PDF. If it's an XFA PDF, i.e. you can open the PDF in LiveCycle Designer, then you could simply save it as an interactive PDF. Since this is the PDF Generator forum maybe you converted a document from a different format (e.g. MS Word) into a PDF? If that is the case then this is more complicated. You'd have to try to import the PDF into LC Designer and then add the fillable fields you need.Hope this helps.

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Re: DateTime Picker
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- Adobe LiveCycle
The easiest thing for you would probably be to have them enter the date in a date picker and then the time separately. You have two opotions for the time:1) Create a text field with a custom pattern that validates the way they enter data. You could create a default time in the format you want them to use.2) Create drop down lists for the hours and minutes. The user selects those and then you can use JavaScript to store the values in whatever format you want.Hope this helps!

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Re: Automated Generation of Self-signed Certificates with LC Digital Signatures
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Carlos,As far as I know there is no out of the box feature for this. I could envision you writing a java application that does the following:Use LC User Management APIs to query LDAP for information like: name, organization, department, password (? - not sure you can do this with our LDAP APIs)Call the Java utility mentioned in the JBoss installation docs (not sure it's part of the installers for other app servers) for creating self-signed certificates, using the information queried in step 1...

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Re: Error running DataExtractionAndUpdateDatabase sample
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- Adobe LiveCycle
You can get it to work by copying a folder that contains both of those files into the watched folder input folder. It's a little confusing but it works.

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Re: OCR performance & best practices with PDFG Livecycle ES
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Did you look at the sizing PDFs on InField? They provide a lot of that info.Another tip, PDFG in ES2 is supposed to support multi-threaded processing. Unfortunately this features does not work. There is a hotfix which is part of SP1. It works, but the overhead of managing the different processes actually DECREASES performance when it's multi-threaded. Hopefully engineering can fix this soon. The end result is that PDFG is still really just a single-threaded app.

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Re: LiveCycle Remoting and file upload
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- Adobe LiveCycle
This helped me out too. That was exactly the link I needed. Thanks for posting it.

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Re: https web accelarator to http issues
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Sorry, it took me awhile to respond. It looks like the config for 'my-old-amf' is the problem. It says that the end point uri should be http and not https. I know the sample from the link in my first post shows https but I believe this was a typo. Please try http for the uri end point and tell me if it worked.If you are still having a problem, could you attach your channel definitions? Also, make sure your default channel is set properly.Good luck!John

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Re: https web accelarator to http issues
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Check out this link which explains how to do thishttp://blogs.adobe.com/lin/archives/flex/security/index.htmlTo define new channels for your Flex app you have to recompile it, the configuration change is not enough. From reading this blog post it seems that changing the destination for the channel can be done just by configuring it.Hope this helps.Here is the relevant info from the blog link above, to protect against the entry getting moved:How to access flex app over https but connect to backen...

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