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Re: Unable to import lca package in AEM form - Http Error code =404
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I believe you sent this to the wrong person.Stephen ArnoldBET/ORSDepartment of Human ServicesOn Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 8:02 AM, bhupendra.s4u

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Rendering HTML5 Date fields with Validation Pattern issues
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- Adobe LiveCycle
When I render a form in HTML5. the date field is not behaving the same as PDF. I can use the date picker to select a date or type in a date. The only format that I am allowed to type in is YYYY-MM-DD. I tried to use the Validation pattern options but still get the same result. Can anyone verify if the validation patterns are not working in HTML5 like PDF?Also the examples from Adobe show date fields without the image of the calendar. When you click on the field the date picker appears. See LiveC...

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Our server was updated with TLS 1.2 to be PCI compliant. I have a process that allows a third party to render a XDP and submit back to the Livecycle server with a .pdf attachment outside of Workspace. The third party can render the XDP but cannot submit back to the server (fails at the handshake). I have found a post saying Adobe Reader does not support TLS 1.2 is this correct? when does Adobe plan to support TLS 1.2?Thanks

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