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Re: LiveCycle installation on IBM Z Linux
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Thanks for the help. I'll remember it on my next proposal

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Hi AllI'm currently involved at a client who wants to install LiveCycle on an IBM mainframe running Z/OS (Not AIX). From what I gather, Z/OS has a built-in Linux component called IFL (Integrated facility for Linux), which is apparently based on SUSE, but I'm not an expert in that area.Has anyone done something similar to this before? If yes, were the results positive?CheersGreg

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Form guide's preview PDF button not visible in Firefox
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Don't know if this is a silly question but when I preview form guides in Firefox then the 4 top-right buttons (including Show/Hide PDF) doesn't appear. I have confirmed that I selected the "Include PDF preview" option. In IE everything works fine, so I'm assuming it has something to do with Active X.I did have a look at the generated html, but couldn't really get much wiser. Any ideas?

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Re: BAM Doesn't Run - JBoss Turnkey
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After printing out the turnkey installation manual and following the custom configuration steps one by one, I noticed that the step for configuring BAM (step 20 on page 22 of the latest manual - October 2008) is skipped on my machine.This seems to indicate that I should've selected BAM earlier in the installation or configuration process, but I'm not finding the appropriate screen.

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Why are JSF libraries disabled when configuring JBoss
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I spent last night trying to manually configure my own JBoss server according to the instructions provided in the "Preparing to Install" manual's annex.One of the steps in the process is to disable/remove the JSF libraries. Why is this needed? When I remove them my JBoss start-up throws a whole bunch of exceptions, so I'd like to avoid it.Would it do any harm to leave them untouched?

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After installing the JBoss turnkey on JBoss 4.0.3SP1 I have run the configuration manager twice and everything except BAM works perfectly. When I try to log into the BAM workbench or dashboard I get a 404 error which seems to imply that the BAM jars aren't deployed. So how do I get this deployed? I've tried running the startAgent.cmd file from the SDK folder, but this simply gives another error.Does anybody have any idea what I'm missing here? Some guidance would be seriously appreciated.

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Thanks JasminI'll give this a go and let you know

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I've recently begun playing with ContentSpace and am now finding it difficult to store an XFA form from and ES process in a ContentSpace space. I probably just missed a basic thing, but here's what I have:I have an XfaForm variable in my process that contains a populated form (the user completed it earlier in the process). I now use the storeContent service to store the form into the repository using my XfaForm variable as the NodeContent. When validating the process it seems that LC finds it di...

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