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Hi,I wondered if anyone has developed a LC process which communicates with EchoSign as the e-signature solution.Any information would be much appreciated.Thank you very much!

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When using System.exit(0) in executeScript within a process, it shuts down JBoss. This happens bothin LC ES2.5 and ADEP 10.0.1.20111108.1.309370I would expect that System.exit(0) simply ends the script and returns control to the process. Am I missing something here?TIA,Alex

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Thank you Paul!!That is exactly what I needed. I appreciate your help.Alex

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Hi Niall, thanks again. I am currently working on a project where we convert Crystal Reports documents to LiveCycle Production Print with the goal of creating the exact same output inLiveCycle as it was produced in Crystal Reports. We define a field in LiveCycle with the exact same properties for width, height, font, font size etc. as it is defined in Crystal Reports. When we populate the field with data that exceeds the defined width of the field, the data gets cut off at a different position t...

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Hi Niall, thank you, but this is not what I need. Say, for instance, I have a field "FirstName" defined with w=3.0in and font="Times New Roman", fontsize="12pt". The first record from the dat file has the value "Niall", the second record has the value "Alexander". What I need is the resulting length of the strings "Neill" and "Alexander". Counting characters doesn't help, because the width of the different characters varies.

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Does anyone know of a way to query the rendered width of a bound field object. We are using a proportional font (Times New Roman) and need to figure out, how wide the output is going to be. Thank you!

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I have an issue trying to install the PDFG IPP printer driver on a Win2008 server (Jboss turn-key). We even tried to save the install.jnlp and run javaws on a command line.When we use the "click here" link in adminui/Home > Services >LiveCycle PDF Generator ES2 > PDF Generator Network Printer we get the following error:Could not find the main class:com.adobe.livecycle.pdfg.ipp.gui.IPPGui. Program will exit.The printer installation works fine on 32-bit server and on (XP) workstations.Has anybody ...

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Hello Steve,Thank you very much for this very helpful example and your thorough explanations.I really appreciate it!

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Thank you Paul, unfortunately I can't use the "Generate Multiple Streams" option. The level could be a new transaction or a "Page n of m" and I need to split on a transaction level.

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Thank you Steve. That's what I expected. I "bit the bullet" and wrote my own XML splitter to (a) split the XML and (b) pass a list of the resulting XML files back to the process. It would be nice if LC ES2.5 would let us do the split with the Transform / XSLT Service.

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I am working on an application to create Work Orders using output. The host application sends a batch of Work Orders in XML format (generated using JFTRANS from the Central Migration). The XML contains the customer number. I use Transform to sort the incoming XML by customer number.The structure of the XML is like this: 1234 001234<.wonumber> 1 1 004444 . . 2 005555 . . . . . I tried to use the "Generate Multiple Streams" option of Output/generatePDFOutput to split the output by cust...

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Thank you Jasmin! I appreciate your help. I'll use the approach you suggested.

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I wonder if anybody knows of a way to use a process variable from a main process as the name of a subprocess. All subprocesses have identical input and output variables, but different process activities. If this is possible, I could call subprocesses based on data being sent to the main process. I am running LC ES2 SP1 on Win/JBoss, Thank you!!

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Thank you Nith!I will give it a shot and let you know the outcome. That was very nice of you!Best regards,Alex

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Nith, thank you very much, I really appreciate your help! That explains the number of tasks = 0, but how can I get all tasks for a given user? We are using LC in an "atypical" way - without WorkSpace. I need to populate our own Dashboard for our user to see their tasks. Thanks again!Alex

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I am trying to get the "Retrieving Task Information" quick start for .net to work for me. Once I had added name spaces to the two .net assemblies and changed the references accordingly, I got it to compile, however, the number of tasks returned (int num = allTasks.Length) is always zero. I know that the Service Name is correct, because otherwise the application throws an error. Has anyone successfully got the quick start to work? Any help would be highly appreciated. Thank you!!

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One of our clients has his users fill the LC Designer PDFs on their web site. They request that the users get a “Do you really want to exit?” warning, if they navigate away from the form, after having made changes to it. I was able to simulate the AcroScript “Dirty” state by comparing the xfa.data.saveXML with the original document content. My problem is that I can’t seem to be able to issue the warning in time for the user to do something about it. I tried to use the DocClose event, but (as des...

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