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Re: Why doesn't LCDS Data Model support Views?
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Mike, I checked with some folks internally and they tell me that this should work as long as views have a primary key. If they do, fiber treats views as entities and the drag and drop feature should just work. Anil

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If you have views defined in your database, you should be able to import them to your model. Once imported, they will be represented as entities in your model. Is this what you are trying to do? Thanks,AnilProduct Manager, LiveCycle Data Services

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If you are using Model Driven Development, you can specify a JPQL query when you create a new query - not exactly a SQL, but does most of the work. Alternatively, you can always generate the Java assembler and modify the generated code to introduce your own query.Anil

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Not sure I understand your question. If you are using data management and your chart is already bound to a managed object, your chart should already be updating the data as it changes. However for your client to receive updates in real-time, all changes to the database has to go through LCDS.Anil

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Starting LCDS 3.0, we don’t offer the express edition. If you don't provide a license key, the server defaults to a developer license. The developer license is free for developers to use in development and not to be used in production. The server is limited to accept only 3 concurrent connections. Thanks-Anil

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LCDS has no built-in dependency on any database, and so you can use any database you like. Please note there are some features like the Hibernate Assembler and Fiber Assembler that rely on Hibernate. So any limitation regarding databases is limited by Hibernate's support of the underlying database.Anil

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Re: Is it possible to sync LCDS with changes made directly to the database?
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There is no functionality built-in to LCDS to monitor changes to a database. However, if you can intercept requests to change the database, they can be propagated to all the clients through LCDS.

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We only support Windows 7 in LCDS 3.1. Please try with LCDS 3.1 and let us know if you have any problems.Thanks,Anil

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Hi,We think this could be a bug. PLease reach out to customer support, and we should be able to provide you with a hotfix.ThanksAnil

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Alex, you should download the Spring - Flex project and install it manually to LCDS. Once you do that, you will have access to flex-servlet.xml. The Spring-Flex project is not bundled with LCDS.Hope this makes sense.Anil

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We have also created an end to end sample application that demonstrates the use of LiveCycle Data Services, Model Driven Development, and Data Management.http://help.adobe.com/en_US/LiveCycleDataServicesES/3.1/CreateApp/index.htmlYou can also download the tutorial files here: http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_lcds31_createapp_collateralWe are in the process of creating a devnet article and some video to back it up. We are about a couple of weeks away. Anil

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Could you be more specific? You want to connect (what protocol) to a service, installed a different web application from LCDS ?Thanks,Anil

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I can see you have a problem, but It’s not clear if this is due to Parsley, Flex or LCDS. Could you provide more details to help narrow down this problem?Thanks,Anil

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Hi Rogier,If this is a blocker for your application, please request Adobe support for a patch.Anil

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User (firstName, lastName,Address)Address(streetAddress,State, Country,Zipcode)If you wanted to show the data below in your data grid---------------------------------------------------------------------------firstName | lastName | State---------------------------------------------------------------------------user.firstName | user.lastName | user.address.state

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I am not sure I understand your question.With Model Driven Development, the modeler generates a service for each entity e.g. the tool generates CustomerService, with CRUD methods, for the entity Customer. You are free to call create method from Flex to insert a row to your table.Alternatively, you can also override the generated Java assembler (http://help.adobe.com/en_US/LiveCycleDataServicesES/3.1/Developing/WS4976f0ec3ef482461096f38112701857408-8000.html)Hope this helps.Anil

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Is that custom column backed by a PL/SQL function shown as a column in the database? If not, you can always create a derived property, This derived property has to have an expression that uses a server side function - this is just a java class. You can write your custom code to read data from the database PL/SQL function.Anil

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Any generated code is going to follow a specific pattern, and is not a one size fits all solution. Depending on the application, it is important that developers have the ability to customize the generated code to suit their needs. With Data Services, not only can you generate code, you can customize the generated code. There are a couple of options to customize code:1. Modify the template: All generated code is backed by a template (we use Freemarker). You can modify the template to fit your app...

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Not sure I understand the problem. LCDS works will work just fine as long as the table and its columns are visible to the JDBC connection.Have you used LCDS and are you facing any specific problems? It will be great if you could provide more context.ThanksAnil

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If an entity has relationships, joins are implicit e.g.: A customer can have multiple orders - Having access to customer gives you access to all the orders associated with the customer. Here the joins are implicit.However, we don’t support randomly joining tables (that don't have a relationship in the data model) in this release. You are required to create a custom data management assembler, which gives you full control over the SQL. It is likely that the next release may support joining tables ...

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I am not sure there is a way around your problem with LCDS 2.6.1 - 2.6.1 stores data in the local database as blobs and cannot be queried. As I had mentioned, this has been enhanced in 3.1 - now the data is stored in table and can be queried. If you are using Model Driven Development, the tool also generates the offline adapter to interact with the local database.-Anil

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Have you seen the samples project that ships with LiveCycle Data Services?

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I think you have posted in the wrong forum - this is for LiveCycle Data Services.Anil

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Sherif, this is a wrong forum. Please post on the LiveCycle Designer thread: http://forums.adobe.com/community/livecycle/livecycle_es/livecycle_designer_es

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This is not related to Data Services. Please post this thread on Flash Builder

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Jasen, try LiveCycle Data Service 3.1 released earlier this week. We have significantly enhanced the offlinefunctionality allowing you to use Data Management and JPQL to run local queries.Anil

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I recently got this question - Do I get LC Workbench and LC Foundation when I buy LiveCycle Data Services?The answer is "No".With LiveCycle Data Services you get:1. LiveCycle Data Services server - It works with most application server, but ship with a tomcat based turnkey option2. Adobe Application Modeling Plugin - This is a plugin to Flash Builder 4 that enables to do Model Driven Development of Flex applications. This is "New in 3.0"Anil Channappa | Sr. Product Manager LiveCycle Data Service...

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