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Re: Trigger NullTest within Script
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Steve_L_Walker
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Eric,There is. The simplest and perhaps most common example would be a text field. You could add the following script on the exit event to test for null.if (this.formattedValue.length == 0 && this.editValue.length == 0) { xfa.host.messageBox("This field is null.")}Note that I am not testing for (this.rawValue == ""). For empty fields, rawValue is represented as a null object. A test for "" will not successfully detect an empty field since null != "".Steve

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Re: Linking to a file on the LAN via app.launchURL
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Hi, Is it possible to access database from a stand-alone PDF template.? Please suggest me in this regard.

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Re: Viewing Source in JavaScript Debugger
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Has Anyone had any success viewing livecycle javascript source in the debugger?

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Re: Accessing XML Data from JavaScript
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I have a vital form that clients fill out, which is passed to many people in the company along the workflow. The form is a Planner and we have in the following PDF, Word Doc..Well before, the Planner.pdf was originally created in Word, since most people have access to Word.. but evolved to a PDF form created from the Word Doc via Adobe LiveCycle Designer 8.0 w/ User Rights enabled so that the form could be filled out and saved using Adobe Reader.. which was a step better than Word.. being that i...

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Re: Data Drivent Dynamic Layout
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HI Eric, I think you can try this method: In the master page ,set the contentArea more smaller .Then When the dynamical data form loop ,it will show in the second column area when the first column area has no enough area.

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