I've done an extensive amount of Flex development in the past and have
done a lot of Flex Workspace customization even going as far as adding
entirely new sections or removing existing sections. However, I'd like
to customize the HTML Workspace by adding a new section. I've found a
good amount of documentation on how to "customize" the HTML Workspace by
editinng the CSS or updating JSON files to change/add/remove labels, etc
but I have found nothing on how to do any real customizations such as
It looks like the Fragment doesn't like that there isn't a root node
available in its schema. When I just opened the Fragment in Designer, it
complained there's no root node. The problem is, I don't think I can
have a root node such as an element as it won't let me reference
elements from the parent schema - only simple and complex types.
So I have the data being captured now appropriately with one of the
fragment's schemas being imported into the parent schema but when I go
to update the formData asset in Workbench by editing the variable and
clicking "Import Asset", it won't let me save the variable telling me
that the XML schema is invalid. Here's the schema:
Note that the schemaLocation
value has been replaced with #XFAXSDReference" when I actually have it
in the schema as the correct path to the schema (and it wo...
AllI have a use case where there needs to be a parent form that will
contain a number of children sections. Now I know I could just have one
giant schema and have all of these child sections as subforms, etc.
However, I'm trying to make use of fragments as they seem like they
might be a decent fit here. However, I keep running into snags. Here are
the issues I'm seeing:1) When I submit the form in Workspace, none of
the data entered into either fragment is captured in the XML2) When I
As a follow-up on this conversation, I don't know of a way to see if a
particular field passed a validation pattern after running
execValidate(). As a best practice, I would highly recommend regular
expressions for validations. I don't personally find the validation
patterns built into the fields to be terribly useful considering how
first things I do for every client I'm at when developing a form is
build out (or copy from a ...
AllI am unable to resize the Workbench process canvas either
horizontally or vertically. I'm using Workbench ES4. Has anyone
encountered this and, if so, how did you resolve it? I'm thinking it may
be a Flash Player issue. If I figure it out, I'll update this
I see a few quick fixes available that might have something to do with
my issue but I've had zero luck in finding where to actually download
these fixes. Where does one go to actually download them?EDIT: So I had
to find, in a one-off, old blog post, that the only way to get quick
fixes for licensed Adobe software is to call in to customer support so
they can give you a specific "quick fix installer". First of all, why
wouldn't these quick fixes be publicly available right on the site.
Unfortunately I can't provide an LCA because it's a proprietary HR
system in use here. I know the fix to my issue was to remove the
circular dependencies but I have bothered to dive any further than that
to see exactly what the issue was. I can provide, however, that we are
using an LCES2.5 turnkey installtion with JBoss and MySql on a 32bit JVM
(this particular issue was in our dev environment that runs on 32 bit).
One thing to consider is that while our dev environment is using a 32bit
Just wanted to follow up on the solution to my issue.It appears the
issue centers around circular far dependencies. In general, it seems
LiveCycle chokes when two applications each reference one another. Note
that I'm not talkinng about true circular referencing here wherein one
process within application A references a process in application B while
that same process refers back to the original process in application A.
In fact, although I haven't tested recently, I believe LiveCycle may
Thanks for the response. I took a look through the guidelines and it
doesn't appear to address anything of interest with respect to my
problem.As to dependencies, yes, there are 6 total applications and
there are far dependencies between many of them. The application in
question does have a far dependency with one other application that
holds a number of utility orchestrations leveraged in many places.