Excellent. I've made some progress.I just ran into another problem
however. Whenever I select the option to "Include Form Data in Email"
then I get an internal error trying to deploy the workflow. So I went
back to my startpoint and changed the Start Point to "Submit via Reader"
and I selected PDF. I was then able to deploy without error. However
when I went to workspace to submit a new form, I get an error at
rendering that states my form is not Reader Extended and it does not
allow me to conti...
I am upgrading a customer from LC7.2.2 to LC9. The workflow has 7
approval steps that the participants only interact with emailed PDF's.
In AdminUI, all inbound email is configured to be received in the
"Incoming Email" setup. The form is configured with a send button that
opens the participants email client and attaches an XDP that contains a
process ID. The participant then needs to hit Send (in Outlook) which
goes to a system mailbox. Once received, LC7 then matches up the email
via process I...
I think I figured it out. LC7 did not have the equivilent ofan email
startpoint of LC9. All email is received from a single inbound mailbox
and LC magically matches up the workflow with the processes ID. Can
Hello, I'm upgrading a client from LC 7.2.2 to 9.5. My best days of LC 7
are long past me. The upgrade didn't go as planned and I basically just
recreated their workflow manually (since they only had one). I have
everything working except there is one part I can't see in their old
workflow. They have 7 assignments steps and the first 5 all interact via
email only and never log into the GUI. I am unable to figure out how the
Email Receiver is working as I can't even see any references to it. In
I'm trying to configure an email endpoint but I am unable to configure
the input/output parameters. I found the below thread which sounds
exactly like my problmem except the solution does not work. If I go to
AdminUI, I do not see how to change it from variable to literal. Any
other ideas?http://forums.adobe.com/message/2629358#2629358btw, I'm
using LC 9.0 SP2.
Thanks for responding Gil. This article is the basics of how to use the
ExecuteScript service. I'm familiar with this service. Specifically, I'm
trying to dynamically generate an XPATH location to store data. Since I
don't have a background as a java developer, I'm having trouble figuring
out the method to accomplish this.The link I originally quoted was
helpful because it outlined how to dynimcally build the Expression
(which I also need ...and actually got working) but it doesn't mention
Okay, referring to the thread quoted above, I was able to get partway
there. I've assembled the XPATH expression and it's getting assigned
dynamically to a new variable. Now my question is how do I do assign a
new value to my dynamically generated XPATH location? I'm not good with
the executeScript service. I'm sure it's pretty easy.
I am running into a similar problem
ashttp://forums.adobe.com/message/2953296#2953296.but instead of
constructing a string from xpath expressions, I'm trying to store a
value into a Location based on a concatenated xpath expression.Here is
what I'd like to do but it doesn't work:/process_data/@Approver_index =
'Bob'This works if you were to put the string into the Location ...