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‎16-01-2021
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Re: AEM Forms 6.3 Configuration with Weblogic and Oracle
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senthildeva

senthildeva
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
We are facing a similar issue and the DB Initialization for AEM 6.4 and Weblogic 12c. It is failing even after we copied the ojdbc.jar to the specified server libs.

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Re: How to implement Workflow forms by using Adobe Live Cycle
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
That's a huge question, so I'm going to point you to the main documentation page for AEM Forms (LiveCycle is now called AEM Forms.)It should help to answer a lot of your initial questions, and everything is there to go as deep as you might like.Adobe Experience Manager Help | AEM 6.4 Forms User Guide

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Re: Dynamic Forms - Fill & Sign
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
Where you say 'dynamic forms', this makes me assume that you're using LiveCycle/AEM Designer to create your forms as Dynamic PDF files. I can't know if you have the LiveCycle or AEM server software, though.If that's the case then it's also the cause of your issue when it comes to using Fill&Sign, as that isn't meant for dynamic LiveCycle forms but for Acrobat forms, which is the old Acrobat-only way of doing forms. You can do a lot more with LiveCycle forms - including making them dynamic - than...

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Re: How to use AssetExportService for import/export in LiveCycle
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
There are a bunch of API Quickstarts available, and there's one that covers working with the repository.This is the complete programming with ES4 site:Adobe LiveCycle * Programming with Adobe LiveCycle ES4 And you can find the quickstart I'm talking about here:Adobe LiveCycle * Repository Service API Quick Starts Check the /sdk directory where LiveCycle/AEM is installed for the JARs you need to import into your applications.

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Re: Adobe Livecycle ES4 PDF generator MS Word Track Changes not preserved
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
You can switch this on:In the LiveCycle AdminUI (the administration console on the server) go to Services > PDF Generator > File Type SettingsOnce there, you'll see a few settings and one of them (most likely Standard) will be marked as the default.Click the name of that default and you'll then see the settings screen for it. Down a bit on the left you'll see 'Microsoft Word', so click that to expand that section.You'll see a bank of checkboxes, and the top one in the right-side column is "Prese...

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Re: ADOBE - YOUR SUPPORT IS A JOKE
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
LiveCycle Designer is available for purchase at the link below. It's not part of Creative Cloud and also hasn't been bundled with Acrobat for some time. This product isn't supported any longer, which is likely why it isn't on anyone's lists, but if you want or need it, you can get it.LC Designer - Adobe Store

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Re: Service for creating a Searchable PDF
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
Kiran, LiveCycle has been renamed "AEM Forms" so you might try searching for that instead.AEM Forms is server-based software just as LiveCycle was before it, and it is fully capable of converting numerous document formats to PDF and performing OCR on any images being converted at the same time, leaving you with a searchable PDF file no matter the source.There's a big page here that will tell you everything you might need to know about PDF Generator and how to use it, including how to switch on t...

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Re: How do you insall LiveCycle?
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Daryl_Dean

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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
As long as this is a recent version of LiveCycle, the only certificate you might need would be for Reader Extensions. And you can complete your installation without it and add it later (in AdminUI) if you like.Check your license certificate to see if your org bought that piece. It might be listed as 'Reader Extensions' or 'ARES' or something similar. If they did buy it and you still can't see the certificate (a .PFX file) then you should contact customer service and have them make sure it's in t...

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Re: ALC-TTN-103-000 ALC-TTN-025-001
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Daryl_Dean
- Adobe LiveCycle
Check to see if you're using a 1.8 (or later) Java JDK to install. You need to be using the Oracle Java JDK 1.7 to install and run ES4.You can have multiple JDK's installed, just make sure that when you're running the Configuration Manager that the one you want to use with us is first on the path and that the JAVA_HOME environment variable points to it as well.

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