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Re: How to use Adobe LiveCycle Forms Standard / Pro to leverage features in Adobe Reader
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Depends on your deployment pattern. You can just use Reader Extensions if you're publishing forms on a site, if you need to prefill or perform other processing on the template then LiveCycle Forms is needed. If you want to render to HTML5 for tablet support then Forms Pro is needed.

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I have a problem with the LDAP Query activity in LiveCycle ES2. I have written a process in LiveCycle ES2 SP1 workbench which runs as expected but when I export it in an LCA to my clients LiveCycle server it behaves differently. The process appears to run the same but the LDAP queries do not return any data. When I run this process there are no errors in the server log or in the process recording just a failure to return any data. I have triple checked the LDAP configuration in the Adminui, Work...

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Please download SP3 from here:http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/200810kcs_livecyclees_8.htmlGood Luck!

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I've had this requirement a few times. Kind of a quick and dirty solution I've used is to put some script in the Pre-Save event of your form to hide the top-level subform. Then you'd have to put one in the Post-Save event to show it again. This obviously isn't an ideal situation, especially because the XML bound to the form is still available if the user knows how to retrieve it. It does however save you the hassle of customizing Workspace.Hope this helps!Ryan D. LunkaCardinal Solutions Grouprlu...

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