quickstart shows you how to write a resource using the Java API. We use
the term resource because you can put any file in an application.
Can ypu provide a solution?. The imported XML from the pdf contians the
references to XFA. Please see the below XML. So the tool (Visual Studio)
we are using to generate the XSD is generating the namespace. Is there
is a solution to it.?. - -
Marcel -Thank you for your response. After ensuring the scripting was
set to Java, I no longer get the syntax error. However I'm still only
getting the light X/dark X/blank square option, even after putting the
code that was shown in the previously mentioned thread. I'm still trying
to get the neutral state in the checkbox to be a hyphen. Thanks!
Your xpath doesn't match your XML - you are missing the root node in
your xpath expression:Expression:
/process_data/myXML/records/record/email should be:
/process_data/myXML/root/records/record/emailWhen you build your loop
there is one other thing to be careful of. If you evaluate an xpath
variable inside of another xpath expression, it gets inserted as a
string. This happens even if the variable is an integer. For example: If
I have an integer variable counter which is set to 3 and eval...
Steve ... Yes, I had tried wrapping my index in a number() function. And
to make sure that wasn't the issue, I hard coded the number  and it
still didn't work.Marcel ... Yup. I just built a DSC to work around the
Thanks Hironmay...I do get it regarding the challenge with having to
port the LCCS api to Spark...I'm sure you're feeling some of pain others
are having also!But, at least some examples on you're suggested approach
would be really helpful. Such as, how you suggest surfacing video chat,
it looks like VideoComponent.as is a poor substitute.And, regarding the
SharedCollection, I've taken the source from the 10.1 Flex code, and it
does compile under 4.5...can you think of anything to look out for in...