Hi,Augusto was assigned to another project and I am taking over this
task. Also when Augusto said they, he meant the Adobe consultant he was
working with at the time, setup this sandbox on Adobe cloud
infrastructure. I am not getting the error he is getting, but I am
getting this popup on our custom form submission.We also received this
Tracejava.lang.IllegalStateException: Connection to failed serv...
This is what is showing on our error log, mostly SSL related.LevelDate /
TimeMessage[ERROR]2019-09-2309:34:31Failed to validate URL
to validate URL http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_aemforms_install_65:
Yes, it is accessible and able to send email from the publish instance
which is hosted on the same server with different port.Could it be that
the e-mail is working but the Adaptive Forms workflow only works in edit
Just to give more information about about our current setup we have an
Azure instance for Author and Publish, in the Author
/editor/html/content/formname.html works, but /content/formname.html
does not work. In Publish /content/formname.html does not work. When I
say work I mean the e-mail is sent out after I click the "Submit" button
on the form.
We have an adaptive form that sends out an e-mail on submission. It is
part of a flow, the form works as intended when the page is in edit
mode, i.e with the "editor.html" in the URL
localhost:4502/editor.html/content/formname.html in the author instance.
But when we publish the form to localhost:4503/content/formname.html the
e-mail is not being sent. It looks like the data binding stops working
on the published forms as well. Can you please help?
Thank you for pointing us in the right direction. We were able to get
the publish agent working again and now the publishing works in Author.
Although we did struggle with the adaptive forms not publishing on the
publish instance. We got to work after we import the forms on both the
Author and the Publish instance. Is that the best way to do it? We
thought that when we publish the form in Author it would automatically
publish it in Publish. But that did not occur until we manually imported
We've resolved the anonymous access issue. Author and Publish were both
using port 443, we thought that by using a combination of hostname +
port AEM would be able to distinguish between the two instances but
that's not the case. We resolved the issue by assigning the Author
instance to port 444 and now anonymous access works. However, we have
another issue in which we are unable to publish contents to the Publish
instance from the Author instance especially Adaptive Forms. Any ideas
on why this...
Hi,We have an iFrame that points to a AF Form, and we are running into
the issue of always having to log in to see the form. We tried going to
the form directly from a machine that's not localhost and we get the log
in prompt before we can access any page.What we want is to have
anonymous access so that the iFrame won't be prompted for a log in, the
form is meant for public access. We've already set sling Authentication
Service to allow Anonymous access, but it still doesn't work. Please
We have an Adaptive Forms in the Author instance that links to a
Dynamics 365 data source and we are trying to publish the forms in AEM.
What is the best to accomplish that task?The way we have been doing is
that we copy and paste the Adaptive Form Template to the site and
configure it as as a page web site.We were able to publish the forms
that way, but we are not sure if that's the best way to do it. My
colleague has mentioned that it's not necessary to do this and that we
could just publish t...