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Creating a pool of interchangeable questions for LC form - Adobe LiveCycle 29-01-2013
Hi,We currently have a dynamic application that presents questions to the user depending on previous answers (and user class). However, it is becoming a pain to cycle questions in and out in LiveCycle, as this requires a manual insertion of subforms.The concept is to have the existing application, and a larger pool of questions that can be easily inserted into the application.Can "fragments" help with this? (this is one area I don't have much experience with)Could the end result conceivably easy...

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LCD 3 Reader Enablement - Adobe LiveCycle 18-01-2013
Can you save as "Reader enable" a LiveCycle form using Acrobat XI just as you could using AX? Or must you buy the LC Reader Extensions server to allow the Reader user to save filled-in data?We currently have AX and LCD 2, and create forms in LCD2 before opening in AX to reader enable. I'm concerned that since adobe is decoupling Acrobat and LiveCycle, that you can't use Acrobat in this capacity.

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Re: Possible to use JavaScript to Import Data from XML file to pre-fill fields? - Adobe LiveCycle 27-07-2012
Interesting, Niall. Is that solution on your website for download or is it proprietary? I looked on the PDFscripting website, and they have developed a folder-level script that adds a new toolbar element in Acrobat that shows a combo box of options (clients, for example) that when the user selects the form pre-fills accordingly. So I know it's possible, and I'll see what I can put together.

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Possible to use JavaScript to Import Data from XML file to pre-fill fields? - Adobe LiveCycle 25-07-2012
Hi,I have a dynamic fill-in PDF that I want to "pre-fill" internally in my company before sending out to users who will change any pre-filled fields necessary and answer questions we did not already answer.We do not have LiveCycle Reader Extensions, but we can use Acrobat to import data from an XML document to pre-fill the named fields. Is it possibly to do this task using folder-level Javascript or some other method? I can look into this, and post my findings, but I'd like to know if it's possi...

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Re: Best way to reset all form fields EXCEPT for 1 - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
That worked perfectly, and was much simpler than the solution I was envisioning. Thanks!

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Re: Best way to reset all form fields EXCEPT for 1 - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
I'm guessing that a for loop will do the trick. For any field that is "open", reset. My Calcuated field is "readOnly". I'll implement this and post my results.Edit: actually, since my calculated field is on its own page (no user input there) I'll make my loop apply for any field not on that page.

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Best way to reset all form fields EXCEPT for 1 - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
Hi, I have a button with this on the click event:xfa.host.resetData();However, there's one field that related to form mechanics and not the user interface that calculates a number of days. I want that calculation to remain after resetting all form fields. How can I most efficiently do this?Thanks!

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Setting subject in submitForm function - Adobe LiveCycle 25-06-2012
Hi,LiveCycle's purpose-built submit buttons don't allow programming so I've made my own data submission button.Here's the code on the button's click event:var email = ************;event.target.submitForm({ cURL: email, cSubmitAs:"XML", cCharSet:"utf-8"});So it functions as I want it to except that it uses a default subject of the xml file name. It's going to an email address, not a server, so for the purpose of possible debugging, I'd like to be able to have a dynamic subject field. Using the ev...

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Remove an object from PDF-generated XML file - Adobe LiveCycle 22-06-2012
Hi,In a stage of user workflow of my PDF, the user presses a submit button that sends XML data to an address. There's an image field that has hundreds of lines of XML code that has no need to sent. In fact, by the time this submit button is pressed, the image field is already "hidden", but of course it remains on the form.Is there any sort of visibility or access property that will supress an object enough that it doesn't transfer with XML? How about dynamically deleting a field on the user-end?

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Opening PDF in IE "breaking" for loop - Adobe LiveCycle 20-06-2012
Hi,I have a dynamic PDF that is uploaded to a website. When the PDF opens, the user has to fill in certain fields before clicking the "Next" button. Upon clicking the Next button, I have a JavaScript function that sets certain fields access to required and then runs a for loop to check if any are empty. The next event is setting those fields access back to optional. Lastly, a popup window refers the user to the empty fields (fields are shaded red, but not their borders).The problem occurs for on...

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