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Is LiveCycle ES (2/3 or 4) able to work in a websphere clone?
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Alberto_Pedroza

Alberto_Pedroza
- Adobe LiveCycle
I got a performance problem due to volume req uests against a LiveCycle application (using Output service). The WebSphere guys akes if is LiveCycle "clonable". After some researching, i've found WAS is able to "clone" nodes, but i'm not really sure if LiveCycle is supported on this mode. All documentation refers to cluster configuration and couldn't find anything about clones.Some one who can help me?Regards,Alberto P

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Re: adobe livecycle for ubuntu linux
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Alberto_Pedroza

Alberto_Pedroza
- Adobe LiveCycle
This is not officialy supported to run LiveCycle ES/ES2 on any linux distribution but Enterprise Red Hat or SUSE Linux. But this does not mean this is not gonna run on Ubuntu.I've tested LiveCycle ES2 using Glassfish and Geronimo as application servers, that are not officially suported, and that works.For testing/developing purposes, i think you may use Ubuntu, but if you run in troubles you wont get support from Adobe.Do not try any unsupported platform for production environments.

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Re: Addinstance TOTAL
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Alberto_Pedroza
- Adobe LiveCycle
Drew, It seems you're using Form Calc, and i think you should use JavaScript instead. You may have to do one of the following: (a) code the "click" event in your add/delete instance button(b) place your code in the "calculate" event for the sum field You can use both FromCalc or JavaScript (i prefer JavaScript). Refere to the "Purchase order" sample, use the "Dynamic interactive" variation. It has the same properties you want. The samples are on the LiveCycle Designer's installation directory. H...

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Re: Error while initializing database
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Alberto_Pedroza
- Adobe LiveCycle
Did you solve this?I have the same problem, the only difference is i'm using Oracle 10g instead of DB2.

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Re: "Starting" Livecycle
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Alberto_Pedroza
- Adobe LiveCycle
Jorge,You have to start up your application server. It's different depending on your operating system. If your're on Unix, you should use initd scripts to start/stop, or if on Windows, start through services manager.The url to use adminui also depends on your application server's conf. Al last, what do you mean with importing webservices? What you want to do?

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