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Re: Adobe LiveCycle designer - How to create dynamic table rows and columns at a time? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 22-03-2022
how are you getting the values from the database? is it in JSON text form? if so please copy and paste just a sample of the data. also here is a good article on what you are trying to achieve by Stefan Cameron.Scripting Table Columns - Stefan Cameron on Forms (stefcameron.com)

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Re: Unable to save if a check box it is not checked - Adobe LiveCycle 16-02-2022
I believe he is talking programmatically otherwise he would have said "with the file menu". You are assuming that he says from the file menu which is not stated. lets get his input first. thanks

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Re: Unable to save if a check box it is not checked - Adobe LiveCycle 16-02-2022
try this  

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Re: Deleting attachment from PDF sidebar and reflect UI changes (AEM designer 6.5 - formely livecycle) - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 24-01-2022
@radzmar yes that is exactly what i am doing from the "remove file" button on the click event i use the getDataObject to refresh the list box."if I remove files from the UI it goes away from the sidebar." the questions remains. Is there a way to capture the event thrown from the sidebar delete button? as you can see on the last two pictures it throws a pop up and then deletes the file but I have not found a way to capture the event so that i can code the listbox refresh.

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Re: NEED IMAGES TO BE SIDE BY SIDE - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 21-01-2022
islandgirl23, i made this form so you can visually see the options. in a subform Page1 which has the content positioned, i added 3 subforms this one below is position content this one below is flowed content with top to bottom and this one is the one you want, flowed content western text flow direction.

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Deleting attachment from PDF sidebar and reflect UI changes (AEM designer 6.5 - formely livecycle) - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 21-01-2022
When adding attachments via a user interface:Add button Click event below: var myDoc = event.target; var sFile = "myFile" + NumericField1.rawValue; myDoc.importDataObject({cName: sFile}); var myDataObject = myDoc.getDataObject(sFile); var sFileName = myDataObject.path; ListBox1.addItem(sFileName,sFile); the files are added and you can see them in the side bar. if I remove files from the UI it goes away from the sidebar. QUESTION: what is the event that triggers the removal of a file from a sideb...

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Re: Http submit button calling REST API - Adobe LiveCycle 27-01-2021
@GirishBedekar with the response I intent to prefill my pdf. We are not using adaptive forms for this. Just pdf. So REST API cannot be use with PDFs?

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Re: Http submit button calling REST API - Adobe LiveCycle 26-01-2021
@GirishBedekar the use case is just to get a JSON String from a database. I wanted to use REST API instead of SOAP web service. I also wanted to use Workbench but I do not see a way for workbench to return a JSON string unless it is programming it with JAVA servlets. So using a HTTP submit button is only for POST? not GET? please advice Thanks

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Http submit button calling REST API - Adobe LiveCycle 25-01-2021
Ok so i have my REST API in iis. for testing based on @workflowuser advice was to use an HTTP submit button. so I built something simple. I hardcoded the REST API call and when i click the button I get...an http 405 error. @workflowuserdo you have any examples on how to actually build the call to a GET rest api? and lastly i would like the response to be into that textfield. Please help I am at a lost.

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Re: Consuming Web API built in .net core application - Adobe LiveCycle 25-01-2021
thank you WorkflowUser my best wishes for you in 2021!!

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