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Re: What is Corresponding Java API Object for Task Result Collection?
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We have support services that we have written that are called from asychnronous services. There are a bunch of services that we have written that take in a Task Result Collection, e.g. getTaskResultApprovers (Get the users who approved from the task result collection), getTaskResultData (Get the form xml data of a task result collection) etc.We are writing JUnit tests that are testing these services, and making sure they are functioning as supposed to.

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So if I were to invoke a service expecting an input of Task Result Collection with variable name taskResultsCollection for example. All I would need to do is send in a java Collection Object? e.g.[CODE]List l = new LinkedList();l.add(taskInfo0);l.add(taskInfo1);Map.put("taskResultsCollection", l);[/CODE]Will this work? I will try and update the post as answered if this will work!

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If you obtain reader extensions you will be able to attach documents to the pdf form via javascript. The only problem is that if you're expecting the attachment to be carried from one user to the next in the workflow; it will not work without some serious work arounds. [CODE]var timeStamp = util.printd("yyyymmddHHmmss, new Date()); xfa.event.importDataObject({cName: "" + timeStamp});[/CODE]Our project had to get an adobe consultant to engineer this. The solution wound up being create a FileAttac...

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For #2, I used Flash Builder for doing the customized workspace with Adobe Livecycle. This is what I'm assuming what you're trying to do. In this case, you will be using a customized Flex SDK, since it is open source. If this is the case, then you can not preview any of the flex application. You must deploy the built war file, and view on the web server.

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Hello,I have been creating junit test cases for adobe livecycle services, for both short and long lived processes. (Yes, I have automated an entire complex workflow from start to finish).There seems to be an object in the adobe livecycle java api that corresponds to the data type in the workflows (e.g. document -> java Document, User -> java User)Is there a corresponding object available in the adobe livecycle java api for the Task Result Collection datatype?Thanks,

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