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JWT Validation in AEM Forms Javascript
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One of my forms is called via Weblink, having a JWT as parameter. I'am looking since few days, how to validate this JWT. Can't figure out, how to do something like a jwt.calidate(token) ...Having AEM Forms on JBOSS running in WINDOWS.Any idea? I need just a nudge in the right direction. BRStephan

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Re: AEM 6.4.3 -Forms -properties empty, insufficient rights create form
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Sorry, if something was misleading! I had a running instance of AEM in Vers. 6.4.2 and all was fine, except an issue in calling webservices.Daycare asked to update to new servicepack, that did not fix webservice issue but brought described problems.So, it was just installing servicepack (first JEE installer, then Servicepack, last Forms add on).

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Hi @all,installed 6.4.3 yesterday. Seemed successful.But now I'm facing problems: In existing form, clicking wrench icon for properties presents empty tab.Trying to create new form (for testing issue!) presents error message: "Error while creating adaptive form. It could be due to insufficient permissions to use template that contain scripts. For details, contact your administrator."Did restart, did not help. Any suggestions?Best regards,Stephan

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Re: Receiving exception AEM-AUT-001-007
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Yes, I followed the steps as written in online articles. I had a functionable Situation, that has the same Problem now. I do not know the reasons, but there has to be an authentiacation issue somewhere ...

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I created one datasource in AEM cloudservices based on a SAP-WEB-Service. I used this within an AEM FormDataModel and configured it. When testing this FormDataModel, an error is shown instead of a propper result:com.adobe.aemfd.dermis.authentication.exception.AuthenticationException: AEM-AUT-001-007I can't find any hint on this problem ...in AEM error log, these lines are shown:19.07.2018 14:18:53.753 *ERROR* [127.0.0.1 [1532002733733] POST /lc/content/dam/formsanddocuments-fdm/z_read_material_g...

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Re: Different behaviour when filling form with Acrobat Pro instead of Acrobat Reader?
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Hello @all,the problem is solved.I had to update my Adobe Pro Version from 9.0.0 to minimum 9.1.0.Thanks for helpStephan

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Hi,sorry about incomplete information.No, I user XP professional X64 well updated.Stephan

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Hello @all,I encountered a problem dealing with the state of a filled form. If I fill (and save) a form using Acrobat Pro the changes are seen when opening the form in Acrobat Pro again, but not in Acrobat Reader 9.x. If I start filling it with Acrobat Reader the changes are only seen when reopening the form in Reader - but not in Acobat Pro. Has someone else mentioned that behaviour?I use Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.0.0 and Adobe Reader 9.1.0ThanksStephan

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