Hi, Thanks for your suggestion. It is the way I choose. I use the
Attachments tab and develop a utility to purge the attachments in my
case. I have test it and it seems to work nice. If I saw my utility
doesn't work so great after more testing, I will have a look on your
Hi,In fact, it doesn't work. The file attachments are still
embed in the pdf.I use the "Invoke DDX on one document"
service after the "FormSubmission" service in my submit service.I though it was working because when I click on the paper clip
the attachments doesn't appear anymore. I use the "getPDFproperties"
service after the DDX operation to check for attachments in my document.
The answer is false, there are no attachments.But the form
still make the size of the attachments and I can see the...
My interval is set to 600 seconds but the attachments are not clean up.
I can retrieve the attachments but there are still in the Form.So if I
go to the tab audit in workspace, I can see the attachments into the
form. So they can be delete by Livecycle ? Am I wrong ?What I want is to
delete them after I stored them in a local folder.Thanks
Hi Paul, First of all thanks for you great help.So I remove the process
field object from my form to put a submit button to send back PDF. I
suppose I can't use the form without workspace now because I don't have
the route list etc...I change the xfaform variable to a Document Form
variable.I'm able put all of kind of file in the form with the method
importObjectData but with the paperclip I can add Exe or jar file for
example.I retrieve the attachments in the submit orchestration and store
Hi Paul, When you say : "You can have them in the PDF (so that they are
not stored in the DB)"You mean by using the importObjectData method in
PDF but not to save them in a specific folder. The exportObjectData not
allow me to save the files in a folder without a user selection and I am
not able to save EXE files for example.I try to use the submit pdf form
es update 1 but I'm not able to retrieve the attachments.I can retrie...
Hi Howard, I saw your solution, you have a lot of very interesting
utilities on your web site but unfortunately I can't use a non-free
solution.I try to find an other way to upload files from my user to a
folder server.Thanks for the help.
Hi, I need in a process to upload files from a user to a specific folder
on a server.My first idea was to use the attachments tab into workspace
to add the files. I was able to save the attachments into the folder in
the workbench after a step validation.The problem was that the
attachments are saved in database or GDS and the size grows up too big.
exportdataobject into the pdf.I can import the files in the pdf. But
I read that the big attachments are not stored in the database but in
the GDS. There are permanent document so they will never be deleted.If I
delete them manually or by a Java program, I suppose Livecycle will
Hi josh, Thanks for the reply. I saw this table but I will explain you
my issue.In a process, my users need to attach sources to the Workflow.
The attachments are next copy in a directory on a server.I was wondering
what happen if big attachments are added. So I added a zip file from 1Go
to the form. The file was good copying in the directory I want and the
process terminated good.I saw the tb_task_attachments and look at it
size. The size is 0.274MB for 73 row. So I think the attachments was