Hi Casey,You may have already done this; check your Signature tab in the
Object panel and ensure your fields do not have 'lock fields after
signing' selected. It is selected by default when you add a signature
field.You can use this tab to have each signature field lock a selection
of fields, all fields, or no fields.Also, depending on your form, it may
be worthwhile to save it as a 'Static' rather than 'Dynamic' form; in my
experience, this seems to help multiple signature fields run smoothly,
My company is divided into separate units across North America that have
varying levels of server access and different types of software. One
particular unit had this exact problem. We tried everything we could
think of, and the only solution we found was to save it as a 'Static'
form, rather than 'Dynamic'. Unfortunately this approach limits the
functionality of the form, but it got the job done.Also, our form has
multiple digital signature fields, so I had to make sure only one of
them (in thi...
Select your 'user' signature field; in the Object panel, go to the
Signature tab and uncheck the 'lock fields after signing' box.You can
also choose to have the user signature lock only a selection of fields.
I build all my flowed forms into multiple tables.It is very easy to hide
a table row or a whole table to make your form work nicely.Using
different sized tables it also gives some control over the layout of a
flowed form, something that you normally lose.
BR001's response will work if you are looking to restrict data on the
whole document or a page at a time. From what you said the HR department
will fill out some fields and you then want to lock them. If the form is
designed so that the HR section is page1 and the employee signs page 2
then you can accomplish this by using something like:
xfa.resolveNode("form1.Page1").access = "protected"This assumes your
form page is labeled page one. If you did not label it and just used the
default then it w...
You also can still purchase a licence of Livecycle Designer ES4 from
Adobes Store. You'll receive a licence key via mail, that you also can
use for the AEM Forms Designer, which is in fact a rebranded LiveCycle
Hey Everyone,I have a dynamic form with a lot of dependencies and
actions, etc., and am wondering if there is a way to change the
visibility of a subform from "Visible (screen only)" to "Visible" when a
user inserts an image in an image field contained in that subform?I'm
to get what I want done, but I can't select the image field as a basis
for an action in the builder, so it would have to be coded (probably in
Hi All,I have multiple repeatable subforms (with subforms within them,
and so on), and I want to be able to set a field presence (and possibly
a subform border) in the 'HazardControl' subform based on values entered
being equal to values entered in the 'JobTask' subform. When filling in
the form, the user can add multiple instances of 'JobTask', and multiple
instances of 'Hazard' within 'JobTask', as well as multiple instances of
'HazardControl'.I have pretty much no scripting experience except ...
In case others have this issue, what I ended up doing was creating a new
blank form, then copying my whole page/subform (JHA), and pasting it
into the new form. Everything aligned properly, but I had to rebuild all