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Hi All,I have developed a dynamic form which will display a product catalog for a customer. The xml what we got to be imported into PDF is more than 110MB. When we try to import it is failing. Do we have any size restrictions on XML, Mainly we are using the dom in order to search instead of displaying all the records. Any help or suggestion is appriciated.ThanksRavi

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Hey Varma,Can you give an example or some documents about it will be of great helpful.ThanksRavi

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LC designer suports JavaScript....you can create XML in memory using tools in JS.....or you can select each field at design time and set Binding to "None" under Object>>Binding>>>>>Default Binding.Good luck,

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Yes, you can create offline interactive PDF forms using LiveCycle Designer ES or LiveCycle Designer ES2. SAP uses Adobe technology to create interactive forms to front-end their ERP processes. This is a separate implementation of LiveCycle forms specifically designed and built for SAP.http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/lc_dp_list.htmlSee the tutorials for creating a purchase order in the link, above.http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/designerHelp/index.htmSteve

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