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‎10-12-2019
ashish_gupta_
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Re: Poor documentation for new LC4 SP1 feature ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi radzmar. Thanks for the feedback. We shall surely update the documentation and republish it. The updates to English content are quicker than in the localized content.The updates to the German language guide are in progress. The localization team is working to get the ES4 SP1 content localized.
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Re: Expanding tables in LiveCycle Designer ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
I'd suggest that you pose this query for our community in the main Designer forum at http://forums.adobe.com/community/livecycle/livecycle_modules_and_development_tools/livecycle_designer_es. This FAQ sub-forum is to collect the FAQs from the main forum and is not really intended for a discussion. A query here won't get many eyeballs.
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Re: Showing Windows Username In Adobe Forms ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
To grab this info for PDFs, I believe the identity property loginName in Acrobat JavaScript can help. The reference guide titled 'JavaScript for Acrobat API Reference' says "The login name as registered by the operating system." I cannot provide the exact steps as I have never tried this.If this is your need, then I request some community member to showcase an example of how to implement this in a PDF form generated from Designer.
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Re: browser compatibility issue ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
I agree this makes it difficult for end-users to use Forms. They'll have to either customize their browsers since you cannot control their browser behavior remotely. You may want to explore the option of programmatically changing the browser's behavior. It'll be transparent to the users, except for a prompt requesting their permission to do so. I do not know how it works for Firefox.A better alternative, perhaps would be the HTML Forms functionality of the upcoming LiveCycle ES4 software. There ...
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Re: browser compatibility issue ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Firefox 19 has added an in-built native PDF reader. Here's the news for Fx 19: http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57570062-263/mozilla-puts-native-pdf-viewer-in-firefox-19/.Hoping for Forms to control the opening application at user's end is asking for a lot of security overrides, that are impossible in today's malicious web world. For example, we wouldn't want programmers to have an option to execute their applications, bypassing our anti-virus program 🙂
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Save PDF form along with the typed data using the free Adobe Reader ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
If you want to save the PDF forms along with the filled data you can:Use any form with the paid Acrobat ProfessionalUse a form extended with Acrobat Professional (limited to 500 forms). See this article for more details.Use the forms extended with LiveCycle Rights Extensions (unlimited distribution of forms is allowed). See this page for more details.Using LiveCycle Reader Extensions a form designer can extend or apply document rights to the form to enable saving of filled data using even the fr...
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Split a long PDF form programmatically into smaller PDF forms ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
You can programmatically split forms using LC Assembler service and use the DDX. You could extract page1 from pdf1 and create a pdf, then page2 of pdf1 into a different PDF using something similar to: To split according to Level 1 bookmarks, you can also use the PDFFromBookmarks tag.For example, More info is available in the Assembler Service and DDX Reference available at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/10.0/ddxRef.pdf.
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Simple ODBC connections to LC forms using LC Designer ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
This tutorials demonstrates how to setup and connect to an MS Access Database using Adobe LiveCycle Designer.
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Expanding tables in LiveCycle Designer ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
This video demonstrates how to create an expanding table that gives the end user the ability to add or delete table rows at run-time in Adobe LiveCycle Designer.
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Creating robust dynamic forms in Adobe LiveCycle ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
This video tutorial shows how form flow, JavaScript, expanding tables, and aggregate functions can be used to create robust forms in Adobe LiveCycle.
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Understanding Form Flow in Adobe LiveCycle Designer ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
To understand the form flow in LC Designer in detail watch this video.Using positioned subforms nested inside flowed pages you can create a near word processor experience in Adobe LiveCycle Forms. The video also demonstrates the importance of "rich text", text field object height, and the "Paragraph" Tab in creating a crisp look in your forms.
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Adobe LiveCycle Process Management Overview and Best Practices ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
To get familiar with the best practices of process management watch this recording of a webinar hosted by Avoka Technologies.
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Re: Creating expandable panels in LiveCycle ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Glad I could help a bit. I am afraid I do not know how to solve the other issue. I'll look fwd to someone from the community addressing this issue.
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Re: Creating expandable panels in LiveCycle ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Please check if the instructions in this video help http://forums.adobe.com/videos/1160.
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Re: LiveCycle 101? ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
And also Tour de LiveCycle was created as an 'introduction to Adobe LiveCycle' among other things. The content may be slightly dated but you should be able to find some great introductory material in there. Access it from http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/tourdelivecycle.html and see if it serves your purpose.
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Re: LiveCycle 101? ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
LiveCycle is bigger than life! I cannot alone do justice to the question but I shall do my bit 🙂From a perspective of convincing management you can share the success stories of dozens of organization shared at http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/showcase/index.cfm?event=finder&loc=en_us&productid=256886. Also, have a look at this What is Adobe LiveCycle blog post. Hope these few pieces of the jigsaw get you closer to the answer you seek.
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Re: Visible (screen Only) is not working ok ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
No worries, Javier. Please do not delete any threads. I am moving this thread to the appropriate (LiveCycle Designer) forum.If, by mistake, you happen to 'misplace' a thread, just drop me a message to move it.
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Re: Create Email Subject from Text Field ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
I believe this FAQ will help you achieve it: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/977632
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Re: Can't see "Enforce strict scoping rules" ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Folks, this has also been updated in the Designer Scripting Basics guide here.
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Re: how to report a bug in LC documentation? ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Juraj,We appreciate your intent to provide feedback on docs, as well. You can mail your feedback to me or leave it in this thread. Feel free to reach out to me on asgupta at adobe dot com.
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Save PDF forms along with the user-filled data using Adobe Reader ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
With Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions you can enable various features in PDF documents, that are available only in Adobe Acrobat Professional or Standard. This includes the ability to save PDF forms with the data users have filled in it. Reader Extensions has a simple UI, using which you can apply various usage rights to a PDF form. Apply Basic Form Fill-In usage right. Users will have to use Adobe Reader 7.0 or later.Another way to do so is extending PDF forms using Acrobat Professional. Howev...
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Validate and warn user to fill a mandatory field in a PDF form ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Below is a basic example of how you can assit your form users, by reminding them to fill the mandatory fields. This condition can be applied at various events like, printing, submitting, while filling form, etc. In the following example, validation is triggered when the user leaves the form field.If a user clicks within the field and moves on without filling it, the following warning shows up.See this help topic to know more about Form Level Validation settings.See this help topic to other ways ...
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How do I format the display of a Date field in the PDF form ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
Watch this video to see how to format of a date field in a PDF form, using the existing patterns or manually creating a custom pattern.
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How to make an object appear on a new page in dynamic forms ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
This video shows how to add conditional breaks in a dynamic PDF form.See this help topic, for more information about adding conditional breaks.
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Populate the fields of an email message with values entered in the form fields ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
In the event.target.mailDoc() function, you can pass various parameters, such as cTo, cCC, cSubject, and cMsg. Set the values of these parameters as variables in which user-entered values are captured. For example:
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Create drop-down list using data in MS Excel or plain text format ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
This video shows how to import values from an Excel or a text file into a drop-down list of a PDF form.For details about drop-down lists, see this help topic.
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Prevent a blank page in PDF forms ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
To prevent a blank page from appearing at the end of a PDF form, set the After property in the Pagination tab to Continue Filling Parent, as shown below.For more information about pagination properties, see this help topic.
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How to print the complete content of a text box with fixed height ashish_gupta_ - Adobe LiveCycle
You can create a text box which utilizes scroll bars for overflowing text. However, you can configure the text box to expand to print all its content.Set the minH property (this.minH=) of the prePrint activity and the h property (this.h=) of the postPrint activity.For more information, see Application Events in Designer Scripting Basic guide.
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