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  • OK, just checked on app.response and it's an Acrobat scripting method I wasn't familiar with. I assume that the code you have is for calling it in Acrobat scripting, as you wouldn't call it with an object which has certain properties like that in Designer.Should be:>var Temp = 1;>while (Temp != 2 &&...

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  • If you have the standalone version of Designer (as installed with Acrobat Pro), you can select "import an existing Word document" when creating a new form, which will keep bullets and tables intact. You can then copy and paste just the elements you want onto your form.

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  • I do this by running through my bound data and scanning for the xfa.event.newText value, then getting the key (this is on dropdown change event).<br /><br />> var oItems = xfa.resolveNode("xfa.record.FormData.ListData");<br /><br />> var nItemsLength = oItems.nodes.length;<br /><br />> for (var nIte...

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  • All that syntax appears to be fine (I'm assuming app.response is a method you have defined elsewhere), which part exactly in that code equates to line 59, column 23?I put this on a click event of a button (only slightly modified to define a replacement for app.response):>var Temp = 1;>while (Temp !=...

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  • You can create your own objects but there are a few quirks. Personally I haven't managed to get the new operator to work on constructor functions in PDF forms, but new Object() does. So exploiting this, you could modify that example code just posted as follows:In script object named sco:> function F...

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  • I'm pretty sure any valid boolean expression can be used in a while loop, and I don't see anything wrong using with your second version (x != 1 || x != 2). However I don't think that with that statement any value of x will allow the OR statement to evaluate to false, so the loop will continue foreve...

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  • Just did some initial testing which shows that changing the binding on the default row to elementName[0] instead of elementName[*] will cause a link between the two items bound to the schema, so perhaps scripting something to adjust the bound element indexes on the second repeating object may be pos...

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  • I have a similar problem at the moment, although with a table rather than a repeating subform (operates in a similar manner).I've tried setting up identical bindings on the second table, rows and fields as the first, but unlike simple with fields this doesn't seem to work. What happens when I do thi...

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  • The documentation has been "about to be posted" since March, see KB article here:http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=kb402587&sliceId=1And discussion on LiveDocs page here:http://livedocs.adobe.com/livecycle/es/wb_help/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/wwhelp.htm?context=Workbench_ES&...

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  • You're completely correct that information on automating Reader Extensions is all the docs and not in a separate SDK, the Java API is explained in detail in those documents. I only mentioned Workflow as the documentation for this product explains how to automate processes using QPACs, and so might b...

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