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Re: How to use external jar in Adobe CQ5?
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Just to add to point 3...Adobe CQ/Adobe AEM: How to Integrate 3rd party Jar file in CQ / WEM

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Re: Where is the JAR for com.adobe.idp.services.convertpdf?
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Which JAR contains? --> com.adobe.idp.services.FormsServiceServiceLocator

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Re: Is there some magic behind event.target.importTextData() that I'm missing?
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Was quickly checking this out:http://help.adobe.com/livedocs/acrobat_sdk/10/Acrobat10_HTMLHelp/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/wwhelp.htm?context=Acrobat10…"Each row must be tab delimited"--> Is the text file data tab-delimited?The method importTextData() seems to only support tab-delimited files --> so the name of the function is misleading.The very last line of the article says:"The data file can be a spreadsheet or a database."I'll try spend some time later today checking what i've done in the pas...

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Re: PDF in Workspace calling a Livecycle Process via SOAP, using LoadXML() script to load result set.
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HI Diego, Yes, we got it working!So the solution could be one of the following, depending on your requirement:1) Return a hashmap / list 2) Use the XMLData script object in Designer3) Add a 'wrapper' Java WS between LC Process & the PDF. The PDF calls the Java and then can integrogate the "table of data" returned.Thanks8 BIT PLATOON

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Hi All, SCENARIO:1) I have a PDF which loads into Workspace.2) On a user click, the PDF does a lookup to a Livecycle Process via SOAP (wsdl)3) The webservice returns a string (which is an XML).4) I take the xml and load it into the relevant "results" subform using the resultsSubform.loadXML() and xfa.form.merge() functions.PROBLEM:1) This works x number of times and then the x+1'th time the whole Browser PDF plug-in crashes and closes down.The popup appears:- "Adobe Reader has stopped working"Ap...

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Re: Livecycle Designer: Handling complex XML returned from LC Workbench process
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10 points for you Bruce....Quality stuff.... all works... thank you Bruce.With the xfa.form.merge(); invoked afterwards.....Please drop me an email sometime:forums [at] 8bitplatoon [dot] com.

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Thanks alot Bruce - this I will definately try.I previously tried other means... eg:xfa.form.form1.subform1.subform2.loadXML(...);However, invoking the loadXML on the datasets makes 100% more sense.Let me give this a try...Regards, Luigi

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Hi Community, Situation: XFA Form making a Search Request:1) I have a LC process that has an 'output' variable of type XML.2) The XML contains repeating elements3) The XFA form, makes a webservice call to the LC Process and stores the XML response ('search results') in a hidden text field.4) I want to use this XML now to load a small section of the form (table) with the 'search results'I am familiar with this method:- xfa.datasets.data.loadXML(tfRespXML.rawValue, 0, 1);However this re-loads the ...

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Hi Community, Situation: XFA Form making a Search Request:1) I have a LC process that has an 'output' variable of type XML.2) The XML contains repeating elements3) The XFA form, makes a webservice call to the LC Process and stores the XML response ('search results') in a hidden text field.4) I want to use this XML now to load a small section of the form (table) with the 'search results'I am familiar with this method:- xfa.datasets.data.loadXML(tfRespXML.rawValue, 0, 1);However this re-loads the ...

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Re: Getting Attachments into a Document Form
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I can't remember if it is a map or list.... that is required in the input, however... you can see that...but make sure the sub-type of the attachment/map is a "document" type.when i get back onto workbench... i'll give full full details....

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So I assume you have LC Forms then:Then simply use the LC Forms RenderForm component (check the "ALL" properties), one of them is an attachment list/map.You sortedHave fun.Luigi

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On any "preSave" event...put/*DATE_0*/var dtStamp = util.printd("yyyy/mm/dd HH:mm:ss", new Date());app.alert(" >> ABC " + dtStamp);have fun..Luigi D'Amico

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Re: Email Button - To: line blank and Cc: line with names listed
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This works in a submit button:mailto:?cc=K.A.@aol.com,T.P.@aol.com?subject=example subjectThis works on any other event:event.target.submitForm({cURL:"mailto:?cc=K.A.@aol.com,T.P.@aol.com?subject=dddddd&body=dddd",cSubmitAs:"PDF",cCharset:"utf-8"});

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Re: Best place to store a big XML.
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As per linked in post.....- XML in Form (makes form size bigger)- Webservice look ups (requires user to online / connected)- Embedded/Hardcoded into the for design (messy, difficult maintenance, etc...)- You could go with folder level scripts and then do some very cool things (but i dont think this is applicable to your use case / deployment requirements)

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Re: add, remove two rows
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for starters, you can use the action builder.. that should be pretty easy to figure out for you.for easyness sake, call the function/code that adds one row - twice!Code will be along the lines of:Table1.Row1.instanceManager.addInstance(1);Table1.Row1.instanceManager.removeInstance(Table1.Row1.index);

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Since it's early days.... the simplist solution I put forward for you is:1)- make two combo-boxes- 1 with abbreviated codes- 1 with corresponding "un-"abbreviated values2)On the "un-"abbreviated codes combos 'ready:layout' event, but the following code:this.selectedIndex = dropDownAbbreviated.selectedIndex;3)Make the "un-"abbreviated combobox readyonly (it will look better)have fun

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