HiOn this page: Adobe - LiveCycle Developer Center | Adobe Developer
Connection it states that "The Adobe Central Output Server family is
scheduled to reach end of life on June 30, 2016. AEM forms is the
recommended replacement for most Central products. "It's not totally
clear on any page I can find, but is LiveCycle (Workbench and Designer)
part of this Adobe Central Output Server family that is being
discontinued? We are looking into what tool to use going forward and are
trying to work out w...
Thanks for that link - I've bookmarked it for later. The licencing issue
we have though is that I believe our licence only allows us to create
is reading a PDF. It can only run while the PDF is being generated.
HiWe us ES4 produce PDFs and would like to have internal hyperlinks -
eg: click on a heading in the contents page and it takes you to the
relevant page.We've been told by a contractor that we can do this but
would need to upgrade our licence to do it. We currently have the
"Output" licence. Does anyone know what licence we'd need to do this -
or preferably, if there's a way to do the internal hyperlinks on our
I tried the subform approach as a way to get a repeating instance within
a cell.The table itself is set to allow breaks in content. Unfortunately
for the subforms themselves the option is greyed out - as with all of
the other cells.
It sounds to me like the best solution is to make it a free text field
rather than a number field - and then either convert it to a number on
the fly as and when you want to use it or have a hidden Number field
next to it that automatically gets populated with the numerical value.
HiI need to create a table in LiveCycle which has a hierachical
structure, so we have multiple Category items each containing a number
of Groups each containing a number of Items.I have tried a few different
approaches, each of which with it's own pitfalls:I tried creating a
table where each row was bound to the Category level in my data and the
cells were actually subforms. Then I put a hierarchical repeating
subform structure inside these subforms.This worked well until I got to
a page where t...