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I was able to add the functionality to allow my eApp form to be saved to the "drafts" folder within workspace. However, when I go to open the task again under the "drafts" folder, the xdp xml is displayed. I am expecting it to be displayed as a form. For this scenerio, I am using a document variable as the input. When I use the exact same form as an application asset stored within livecycle the save and drafts functionality works as I expect it. The reason I am not using a fixed application asse...

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Background work:1. I have a separate process that generates a pdf document to be used by a team member. These files is saved to a network drive. It takes to long to generate the document dynamically.2. Within workspace, I have a start process card that displays a form to enter member id and state. This form displays the "save" and "complete" buttons. Fill in the info and select "complete".3. This starts the process to assign a task to the team member. It goes out to the network drive and gets th...

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Re: Assembler failing after form saved using ES3 designer(original works saved using ES2)
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Thanks for your help. This fix solved my issue.

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Could you provide an example on how to do this using the "set value"service? Could you also provide an example how to do this using theexecute script functionality. Assume the pdf file was converted into a xdpdocument named "BaseDoc".Thanks;Jeremy

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OK, I have shared it. Thanks for your help.Jeremy

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I have created a self contained process that duplicates our issue. Everything should be in this zip file.http://sdrv.ms/17meY99

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Here is some additional information.Error thrown by assember process:Caused by: com.adobe.internal.pdfm.xfa.XFAServiceException: PDFM_S28008:XFA Dynamic assembler failed to stitch a fragment.: Invalid node type:ADBE_JSDebuggerThe fault occurred on line 2.After some more research today. I have found saving in ES3 designer addsthis to the file:pdfOn Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 8:39 AM, Jeremy Ostendorf

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I was unable to attach the files. Here is a tiny url to my skydrivelocation where I have the files...http://sdrv.ms/ZHp41LOn Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 8:35 AM, Jeremy Ostendorf

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Sorry, here are the files...On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 8:35 AM, Jeremy Ostendorf

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Here are the files I used. Also the DDX and document map that were passedinto the assembler. In the forms folder, the file named "nbaBaseDoc" isthe file in ES2 Designer format. This is the one that works. The filethat is named "JeremyBaseDoc" is the exact file, but saved in ES3 Designer. I included the ddx and document map for both a successful and failureattempt. I also included the error message that is generated in the failfolder.Thanks;Jeremy

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I am having an issue with a form that was created in ES2. If you use the form created in ES2, the assembler process works fine. Once you open the form and save it using ES3, the process fails. Any idea what to look for, or anybody else see this behavior? I have also created a new form using the the old form as a template and it also fails.

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I have a base doc form that was created using ES2 designer. This file is stitched together with several other documents to create a application pdf. The file contains javascript, etc. Everything works correctly when I run the process that stitches the documents together. When I open the file in ES3 and save it and check it in, the process no longer works. I get a unable to stich document error. Any ideas?

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