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Well something else is not right then because I have the following lines set in my workbench.ini:-Dcom.adobe.workbench.process.validation.warn.numactions=100-Dcom.adobe.workbench.process.validation.warn.numvars=100And I am still getting:[WBP-104] Count of declared variables 32 exceeds recommendation.[WBP-105] Count of declared activities 67 exceeds recommendation.Doing validate on my process does not help. I always see the same thing in the validation report.I am modifying the workbench.ini in t...

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Hi Varun,Thanks for the suggestions, they were not part of my post but I had already tried these too. Also, I managed to contact people at Adobe through another channel and they confirmed that there is a problem. If you ask me, I think the whole ini file isn't being loaded up.ThanksNic

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Hi,I've been trying to reduce the number of warnings and errors in my applications. Some of these I simply can't do anything for, like WBP-105 (Count of declared activities XX exceeds recommendation). My process needs those activities so I decided to ignore the warning. I've followed the instructions here: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/10.0/WorkbenchHelp/WS92d06802c76abadb-1cc35bda128261a20dd-7ffc.html but it never works. There's also other properties that lets workbench ignore certain w...

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My apologies, no need to redeploy after updating the resource, the server simply needs to have its form cache reset.

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Hello again, turns out the updateResource only does the checkin/checkout part. It does not redeploy the resource for me. Would you happen to know the API for that piece?ThanksNic

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Just finished my little demo, works great, thanks! updateResource does the trick.Nic

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I had already looked at this article but it didn't do any of the check in/check out, so I never tried really hard to get it working. Since you brought it up, I decided to give it another shot and to my surprise, there is no need to to the check out/check in and redeploy, you can just call updateResource and it updates the file in the repository. I have yet to update its content and save it back, but this is extremely promising.Thank you very much!!Nic

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Thanks again! I just checked with my colleagues, yes we could pass in the wsdl url in on the render, but this ends up creating more work on the server and client when we can just change it once (manually right now through a search and replace) in the xdp before deploying to our new environment. This is why I am trying to automate this and need the ability to checkin/checkout and deploy/undeploy programmatically.Are you aware of any of these APIs being exposed either through a web service or EJB?...

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Hi Jasmin,Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, as far as I've been told, it is not feasible or at least practical to dynamically change the address of a web service that a form is invoking. Granted this could work for a process but for a form.... I was able to do it in a render process but this adds a lot of processing to an already heavy render process. This is why I am looking at a one time execution to actually modify the xdp source and check it back in.ThanksNic

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Hi,In our application, when moving from development over to QA and then over to prod, we keep having to update IPs in our forms in order for them to be able to call the web services in their respective environments. I'm hoping to create a LiveCycle process that will automate all that. My idea is to have an execute script which would check-out the resources, update their IPs (I have this part already), check-in the files and redeploy the application. I can't seem to find how to do this programmat...

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