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Re: LiveCycle ES4 to AEM Migration
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- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
I assume that you mean importing XDP via an LCA by 'uploaded to Workbench'. In case you bring XDP via LCA on AEM forms on JEE installation, the XDP automatically gets replicated into the crx-repository. All such XDPs will start showing up under '/content/dam/formsanddocuments'. AFAIT this is a correct approch.- Ashish

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Re: How do I upgrade from ES2 to ES4?
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Already answered by hina, I am just re-pasting that Depending upon the supported application server, database and JDK versions in LiveCycle ES4 you can decide how you want to upgrade.The link @ http://helpx.adobe.com/livecycle/help/livecycle-es4-supported-platforms.html lists all the supported versions of application server, database and JDK.for ES SP1 LiveCycle Help | What's New in LiveCycle ES4 Service Pack 1 Once you have decided on your target environment, you might choose to stay on the sam...

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