Sorry, lost this post. You cannot create a form in Illustrator and then
create the PDF from it. You need to create the form in Designer ES or
Acrobat Professional. Acrobat allows you create interactive forms.Try
walking through the tutorial
http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_lc_firstApplication_82. You m...
When you say you created a Flex form, is it an application you created
using Flex Builder (or the Flex SDK)? Also, are you trying to render the
form in Workspace ES? If so, you might want to have a read at this -
assuming that is not the Adobe Help file you mentioned.
Also good information at this guide:
http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_lc_administration_82Take a look in the TOC
about maintaining and backup up LiveCycle. I forgot to mention that it
also depends on the service that you are running...Cheers!
You can do hotbackups if you put the server in backup mode. Here's a
blog entry that we saw that you might find useful for further
information about backup mode. http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycledocs/You
don't need run the backup mode programmatically as you can do it from
the Administration Console ...
You can go into the LiveCycle Administration Console and select Services
> LiveCycle Process Management ES. There are tools to terminate your
processes. For example, you can select Process Search and then select
the name of your process and terminate the assocated instance of the
process. There are ...
Hi Kendy,In LiveCycle ES Update 1, the structure for the source code
changed to make compiling easier and hence, the instructions changed.
There is an updated customization guide that should help you.
Customizing the LiveCycle Workspace User Interface (8.2) -
Do you need to extend the form using reader extension client? Another
option would be to reader extend the form in the Render service you
configured for your form variable...For your interactive form, to
confirm, you created it using Adobe Acrobat Professional 7.0? If so, did
you enable it for Works...