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Re: Possible to decode base64 document contents to XDP? - Adobe LiveCycle 13-08-2009
Maybe someone might have a few ideas on how I can approach my problem so.My web application maintains session info of any logged in users. One of the attributes of the session is a "securityToken".When the user clicks a button on the PDF within my web application, a Web Service call is made. However, I need to get the securityToken into this Web Service call. This securityToken isn't something that the user should be manually entering.Can anyone think of any possible solution to solve this probl...

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Re: Possible to decode base64 document contents to XDP? - Adobe LiveCycle 12-08-2009
I don't have LiveCycle server on my server-side. It's a Java based server-side where my processing will be performed.Presently, when I decode my base64-encoded String it's not in XDP format. Can see some text but a lot of it is not readable. Any ideas what method I should be looking for in Java?

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Possible to decode base64 document contents to XDP? - Adobe LiveCycle 12-08-2009
Hi,As the title says, is it possible to decode the base64-encoded contents of my PDF back to an XDP format?Using this JavaScript SOAP.stringFromStream(SOAP.streamEncode(Collab.documentToStream(event.target), "base64")); I am able to submit the base64 encoded PDF document to my server side for processing. Is there any way to convert this back to XDP format at this stage?Thanks,Ray

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Determine if Print was successful - Adobe LiveCycle 07-08-2009
Hi,I've no idea if this is possible or not but when I invoke the "xfa.host.print" or another similar JavaScript print method is there anyway to determine if the print operation was successful?For example, if I choose in my print parameters to not present the dialog box, and just proceed printing without prompting, presumably an error would be returned if the user did not have a default printer set up. Is there any way to determine this?Thanks,Ray.

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Re: Invoke Servlet from JavaScript - Adobe LiveCycle 05-08-2009
For those that are interested I think this is the link that you were referring to: http://forums.adobe.com/message/2039661#2039661Which brings me on to my next question. Which JavaScript object should I be using to invoke a Web Service from in my LiveCycle Designer created XDP?I was under the impression that Net.SOAP.connect or SOAP.connect would work in a Readers Extenstions-enabled environment but haven't had any success in using these yet. Can anyone point me in the right direction please?Tha...

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Re: Invoke Servlet from JavaScript - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2009
OK, that makes sense. Is it possible to submit the document's contents as well as part of the web service request? Another operation I'd possibly require would be the ability to pass the document's contents and one or more parameters to a web server, and then deal with the corresponding response.Thanks.

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Re: Invoke Servlet from JavaScript - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2009
The PDF will be housed within a browser. However, it's not necessarily HTML I'd be returning. I'd be using my Servlet to perform some server-side computation that would then be used by my JavaScript to, for example, determine the presence of various buttons. In this case, will the Submit button approach suffice. Again, if not, what would be an alternative?Thanks.

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Invoke Servlet from JavaScript - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2009
Hi,Is it possible to invoke a Servlet and retrieve its response using Designer's JavaScript API? I've seen the xfa.host.gotoURL method which allows you to invoke a URL with a query string. However, as this does not return a response then it doesn't seem to be the way to go. What are my alternatives here?Is invoking a WSDL and using the SOAP object my only alternative here?Thanks.Ray

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Re: Maintaining state within a PDF document - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2009
Thanks for the reply. Can you point me in the direction of these services so that I can do some research?Thanks again.Ray

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Maintaining state within a PDF document - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2009
Hi,Is it possible to maintain state within a PDF document by updating hidden fields? I realize its possible to do this in an XDP format by updating bound fields but after it is rendered is it then possible to update hidden fields in its binary format?One option we're exploring for our project is the ability to maintain state through hidden fields as a document steps through our workflow process.Thanks,Ray.

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