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Re: Check user action value in HTML Workspace
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
I wonder as I see no possibility to put a script on a HTML Workspace button.My goal is to force the user to leave a comment in a text field of the XDP form only if he clicks on "Deny". When "Approve" is clicked the user has not to fill in the additional comment.How can I achieve this?

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Re: Searchable drop down menu?
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Thank you very much BR001​ for the very helpful example.Would it be possible to change the response format of the Google Places API to XML and parse the XML response into the XFA form?

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Re: Searchable drop down menu?
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Bruce,I would suggest this web service http://www.webservicex.net/country.asmx?WSDL (Download the XML, save it as *.wsdl file and create a new data connection within Designer with the saved *.wsdl).The web service handles over a XML based list of all countries.RegardsMoonraker

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Re: Searchable drop down menu?
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Is there any way to combinate this auto populated drop with a web service (REST or SOAP)?Could be very useful for a user search integration within a LDAP directory.

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Check user action value in HTML Workspace
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Moonraker046
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
Hi all,I do have a AEM Forms 6.1 (ex LiveCycle) Workflow in the Process Management module.Basically it's a approval workflow with several approval task (as AssignTask operation) based on a XDP form.Now I need a solution to check which user action (e.g. Approve, Deny) the user has selected in the HTML workspace. So let's say when the user clicks the "Deny" button I want him to get forced to fill in a comment field in the form.Thank you for your help.

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Creacting XML data with execute script in a workflow
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
Hi all,i'm trying to build a XML process variable from a text string in an execute script workflow item.I have adapted the corresponding tutorial http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/building-xml.htmlMy problem now is that i get a runtime exception:java.lang.RuntimeException: Parse error at line 27, column 1. Encountered: DocumentThe exception refers to the following line:Document suppliers = new DocumentImpl();But i've imported all Java packages as stated in the tutorial. What might b...

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Table row instances not shown after adding data binding
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,i do have a form with a table. In this table is a dynamic row (the number of row instances can be selected by a dropdown or '+' and '-' buttons). This works fine. E.g. when i set the number of instances to 5 and save the form, all 5 instances will be shown after i reopened the form.The problem is as soon as i a add a XSD schema for data binding reasons to the form, the instances are not shown again when i reopen the form. This means e.g. i set the number of row instances to 5 and save the ...

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Set focus to xfa.host.response dialog box
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,in my form i do have an xfa.host.response dialog password box:var sPassword = xfa.host.response("Please enter your password:", "Password", "", true);I'm wondering now if there is no possibilty to directly set the cursor focus into the pop up password box. To work with xfa.host.setFocus(somExpression) seems to be not possible because the dialog box has no somExpression, right?Any suggestions?Thanks!

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Re: How to export data from a string to a CSV file
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Perfect thank you, it works like a charm!

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How to export data from a string to a CSV file
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,i do have a string in a Livecycle Designer script object with a couple of rows with different entries divided by a semicolon:COLUMN1;COLUMN2;COLUMN3Entry1;Entry2;Entry3Entry4;Entry5;Entry6The goal is now to export this string from Livecycle Designer into a CSV file by clicking a button. Is there any solution suggested?Thank you very much.

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Re: Howto return a new object from a script object
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Bruce,thank you, that was what i'm looking for, it returns a new object directly from the script object.

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Re: Howto return a new object from a script object
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
This looks like a good solution, thank you.But i'm still wondering if there might be a way to trigger/create the objects centralized from a script object, maybe like a self-invoking function: (Object.prototype.hideField = function(){ if (this.className == "field") { this.presence = "hidden"; }})();But till now i can't find a way to auto trigger functions from the script object at the initializing of the form.

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Howto return a new object from a script object
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Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,I'm wondering about the fact that it seems not able to return a new object from an existing script object into a LiveCycle Designer Field.Let's say we have follwing situation:1. A Script object named "LcdObjects" with an object "Field":function Field(som) { this.som = som; this.hideField = function() { som.presence = "hidden"; }}2. Now i want to create a new instance of the "Field" object within an existing text field (in the "click" event):f = new LcdObjects.Field(this);f.hideField();3. T...

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Open second form at run-time (and transfer variables)
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Moonraker046

Moonraker046
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,i'm searching for a method to open a second (maybe attached) form from an existing form at run-time. The goal would be to have a button in a form which runs a function as click event that opens the second form and transfer field values from the existing form to the new opened form.To new form should opened in a separate Adobe Reader window because the user should have the possibility to save or print the both forms separately.Regards

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