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‎10-12-2019
blakew22983511
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Re: Can't import XML form data via Acrobat DC blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, I see no such option in Acrobat DC (see below). Those options do exist (and work) in Acrobat X (and maybe also in XI) but they do not appear to exist (or work) in Acrobat DC.
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Can't import XML form data via Acrobat DC blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
I've created a moderately complex fillable form using LiveCycle Designer ES4. After completing the form, users click the form's Submit button to email their data (in XML format) back to us. Upon receipt of the XML attachment, we use Adobe Acrobat X to import the data back into a blank copy of the form. It works well. However, our IT dept. says we must decommission Adobe Acrobat X and move to Adobe Acrobat DC (they are not keen on moving to Adobe Acrobat XI because they think that it will also so...
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Does download version of LiveCycle Designer ES4 include SP1? blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
I've just purchased Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES4. I see that there is at least one service pack for ES4. Is that service pack (SP1) included in the version of ES4 which I downloaded, or do I need to install SP1 separately? I'm asking because SP1 was apparently released some time ago, so perhaps it's now included in the download version of ES4? I assume however that the answer to my question is "No, you must download & install SP1 separately" because the About... details for my copy of Adobe Live...
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Re: Best practice for adding form creator's EULA to fillable form & forcing user acceptance blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
That worked beautifully--much more elegant.  Thank you.
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Best practice for adding form creator's EULA to fillable form & forcing user acceptance blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
What is the best practice for adding an end user license agreement to a fillable form created with LiveCycle Designer; and for forcing the user to signify acceptance of the EULA before gaining substantive access to the form?For now, I've kludged it with a series of four message boxes (necessary because my EULA, like most) is too long to fit in a single messageBox). The first 3 message boxes have OK/Cancel buttons. If the user clicks OK she gets the next EULA message box; if she clicks Cancel the...
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Re: Must page subform be flowed for page's other subform content to flow across page break? blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
Thank you. It also appears that the answer to my original question is "yes" (i.e. the page subform does need to be flowed--and it must also allow page breaks as radzmar explains). I did some further experiments which indicate that, in my particular situation, wrapping objects in subforms is largely unnecessary; I've removed those subforms and things are working correctly simply with the page subform set to flowed and allow page breaks. I still need to do some design work to account for auto-repo...
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Must page subform be flowed for page's other subform content to flow across page break? blakew22983511 - Adobe LiveCycle
I'm having trouble getting content to flow across page breaks. For example, I have a positioned subform wrapped within a flowed subform. I've tried various combinations of the "Allow page breaks within content" settings for those subforms. However, I can only get the content within those subforms to flow across a page break if I set the page subform itself to flowed. I'd rather not do that, because it necessitates substantial further design work on the entire page. Is it essential that the page ...
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