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Re: Naming convention for fields?
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- Adobe LiveCycle 17-08-2011
Hi,If you're adding the field type to each field name, you might also want to consider adding the field length to each field as that is even more crucial when populating forms. If the field expects special formatting as well, in order to avoid the form rejecting mal-formed data.So eventually you'll end up with field names like num_ZipCode_6_XXX_XX, and what I'm really trying to say is: do not to mix in any meta data at all into the field name. The meta data, such as field type, field length or f...

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Re: Process Designer has blank process
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- Adobe LiveCycle 10-08-2011
That's Workbench for you. Try closing the process view and synchronizing the entire application before trying again.If that doesn't work, remove the application from the client and refetch it from the server.

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usehref and xfa.template
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- Adobe LiveCycle 21-06-2011
I'm trying to "initialize-server-script" dynamic fragment references (in order to have xml data control the layout of the form). Everything works well, however I want to make things smoother by manipulating existing usehref values in an existing form design.The thing is that I thought I would be able to obtain the value of a subform's usehref-attribute using:xfa.resolveNode("xfa.template..fragmentSubform").usehrefAs found in the xml source inside LiveCycle Designer. This value, however, is blank...

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Re: To mask a certain field based on the user authentication
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- Adobe LiveCycle 16-06-2011
Since it's part of the form data, the user could always download the form and dissect it.Why not keep the SSN on the server as a process variable, removing it from the data that will populate the second rendition?

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Re: Button converting form PDF to Chrome in Workspace
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- Adobe LiveCycle 16-06-2011
Assuming by Chrome you mean the Workspace flash container. It's the button that performs a submission.

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Re: How to remove submit buttons on workspace and use submit buttons on PDF instead?
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- Adobe LiveCycle 15-06-2011
$Nith$, I wanted to display the Save (as Draft) button in Workspace without having a Complete button. I spent the last 5 hours trying to solve it in a variety of ways. Using multiple hidden submit buttons almost did the trick, although Workspace complains about multiple submit buttons, causing confusion among our users.Putting the Process Fields inside a hidden subform like you suggested works like a charm!Thanks!

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Re: Formula that looks at two different fields
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- Adobe LiveCycle 15-06-2011
For sake of maintainability and readability, give all your fields the same name and put each currentgoal and goal field into a subform. Repeat the subform n times (13?) , then:1) Create a list of all subforms using xfa.resolveNodes2) Traverse the list using a for-loop. If currentgoal.rawValue is not NA then increase goalcount and totalpoint.

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Re: Slow Responding Dynamic Forms
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- Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
Using calculate events?

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Re: resolveNodes doesn't find all nodes
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- Adobe LiveCycle 27-05-2011
Here's a slightly slower, recursive version (about 30 ms on my machine), operating on xfa.form. Note that it skips exclGroups and area objects.var getAll = function() { var needle; var nn = []; return { token: function(token) { needle = token; this.traverse(xfa.form); return nn; }, traverse: function(haystack) { for (var i = 0; i < haystack.nodes.length; i++) { var n = haystack.nodes.item(i); if (n.name == needle) nn.push(n); if (n.className == "subform") { this.traverse(n); } } } }}();getAll.to...

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Re: resolveNodes doesn't find all nodes
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- Adobe LiveCycle 27-05-2011
Here's a more direct approach (blazingly fast, about 6 ms on my machine, since we're avoiding recursion by using internal methods instead):function ResolveAll(str) { var nn = []; for (var p = 0; p < xfa.layout.pageCount(); p++) { var ss = xfa.layout.pageContent(0); for (var i = 0; i < ss.length; i++) { if (ss.item(i).name == str) nn.push(ss.item(i)); } } return nn;}var p = ResolveAll("fieldname");Keep in mind that it doesn't search items inherited from master pages.

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