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Hi,as far as I can see, you can include TLEs only before documents and pages, so you could haveBegin Document Begin Named Page Group (e.g. 1-page business document) Tag Logical Element (metadata field 1) Tag Logical Element (metadata field 2) …(TLEs 3-n)… Begin Page Active Environment Group TLE 1 TLE 2 ...(TLEs 3-n)... …(page 1 data)… End Page End Named Page Group End DocumentRegardsGeorge

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Adobe_LCPP_User_Guide.pdf, section "XFA Support". It's not exactly easy to map the list of unsupported attributes for XFA elements to Designer features (for example, lack of support for attribute "oddOrEven" for element means that you can't use the Odd/Even setting in the Pagination tab for Master Pages), but it's all there.One thing that isn't mentioned in the documentation: Always bind data at the highest available level, i.e. bind subforms and then bind fields relative to the containing subf...

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Patrick,the best I can offer is the information on the Adobe Web site - see http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/productionprint/. There is more information available (including a capacity guide), but I'm afraid you'll have to bite the bullet and get in touch with an Adobe sales rep if you want access to this.Best regardsGeorge

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Sure, Production Print can convert AFP to PDF (or to any other page-based output format, for that matter), but you need to be clear about what kind of AFP you use on input. The basic assumption is fully composed AFP, i.e. with all resources inline; if that's not what you have, you may need to pre-process your AFP to resolve any dependencies.From experience, you can expect a throughput of about 1,000 pages per CPU core per minute. This will vary depending on the complexity of the AFP.You should d...

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Here's some information that didn't make it into the documentation for the latest release (LiveCycle Production Print ES Update 1, aka 8.2, aka Persuasion SP4).The following XFA events are supported:initializecalculatevalidateindexChangeformReadypreprintlayoutReadyDue to differences in the event model between LiveCycle Output and Production Print, some scripts that are executed correctly for the formReady or layoutReady events in Output will only work with preprint in Production Print.I'd be ver...

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