Hi,Instead of using the email object from the Custom library, use a
regular button and choose "Submit" as the control type. Then in the
Submit tab, in the "Submit to url" field, add something like the
bodyHope that helps.
Yeah I meant to say that I was editing the xml source, and not using the
script editor.Thanks for agreeing to look at my file which I've sent by
email.Radzmar: thanks also for the link to your macro - I will keep this
in my for future projects.
I'm basically trying to remove the default email body that appears when
the "submit by email" button is clicked, ie:The attached file contains
data that was entered into a form. It is not the form itself.The
recipient of this data file should save it locally with a unique name.
Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 or later can process this data by importing
it back into the blank form or creating a spreadsheet from several data
files. See Help in Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 or later for more
Thanks for the reply,I've tried your code however I get the following
error:The following error was found with the XML source:Xml parsing
error: not well-formed (invalid token) (error code 4), line 2430, column
176 of fileDo you know what this means?
Hi everyone,I'm trying to modify what the body of the email will look
like once the user has pressed an email submit button. In Livecycle
designer, I clicked on the button and viewed the xml source. I scrolled
down to the following line: Then changed it to:
tested the button, the text "?body=new body" was appended to the subject
line instead of being included in the body itself. I wondered if anyone
could tell lme where I'm going wrong? Appreciate any help.
Hi all,I have another question so thought I'd better start a new thread.
If I have a number of .xml files containing the form data from a
Livecycle designer form, I've found that I can merge them all into an
excel spreadsheet. When I open up the spreadsheet, I noticed that the
data in the first row looks like the
following:form1.Table2.Row2.firstnameI named this field
"firstname" in the bindings panel and I thought that this would be the
content that would appear in that cell within ...
Ok great, but I think I need import data instead of export data as I'm
flowing the xml data into the form. It only lets you import one file at
a time though. Is there a way to import a whole folder of xml files?
I'm using Acrobat X so I opened the compile data dialogue box and
browsed for my responses file. This dialogue box also asks to select
forms to include in the response file and I assumed that this meant the
.xml file, so I clicked the "Add File..." button and browsed to the
location of the xml file but it wasn't showing. It seemed to only show
pdf files.Do you know why this has happened?