In Designer, go to the Data View tab. You should see a data connection.
Right-click on the data connection and select "Connection Properties".
The "Data Description Type" will tell you the type of data connection.
I'm not familiar with the SAP integration, but I'm pretty sure it's
using the LiveCycle Forms module to render the form.What type of data
connection do you have defined in Designer? It has to be one of the
following:XML SchemaSample XML DataData ModelWSDL FileOLEDB DatabaseI'm
guessing it is 1 or 2, in which case the instructions I gave you above
for exporting the XML data would still apply. You just need to make sure
the data in SAP looks like whatever is in the exported XML file.
Are you trying to write script to populate the line break, or do you
want to know how to generate the XML that gets fed into the form so the
line breaks will appear?The instructions I provided above will show you
how to script it.If you want to know what the XML should look like, do
this:Save your form as PDF (not XDP)Open the form in Acrobat Pro (if you
don't have Acrobat Pro, download and install the trial version from
Adobe.com)Fill out the field(s) in the formSelect Tools-->Forms-->More
Apparently the tags are getting encoded when you try to set the rawValue
of the field.Try this instead:var richTextValue = 'Line 1 of
textLine 2 of
Some questions:What is the placeholder form? Is it a LiveCycle form
built with designer?How do the values get populated into the "REAL"
form?Are you using LiveCycle Forms or LiveCycle Output to do this?Maybe
if you can explain the technical details of the end-to-end process it
would help...then I could at least give you some advice on how to debug
The reason start and end date shows nothing is because of this line: if
(toDateAsNum > fromDateAsNum) thenThe calculation only runs if end date
is greater than begin date. Change the expression to >= to get the