I have a form with a required field and if I enter data in the field and
then click the Submit button I get an error saying that one or more
required fields needs to be entered.If I tab out of the field or if I
press Enter the Submit wil work okay. So, apparently LC is not
registering that an entry has been made if I just click the Submit
button. Any ideas on how to fix this?Thanks much for any help.
I am trying to permamently delete two files that I no longer need, but
which had previously been deployed. Whenever I deploy my application,
these files cause me to get the error "The asset is deployed and cannot
be deleted. To delete the asset, first undeploy it." Okay, but it won't
let me undeploy a single file, so I undeployed the entire application.
Afterwards, I still wasn't able to delete the files.Just wondering if
anyone could help me figure out how to permanently get rid of these
We are just getting started in LiveCycle by automating some internal
forms. We'd like to have the ability to link to the form on our intranet
site and when a user clicks on the link it will open up the form in
Workspace. Is this possible and if so, how is this done? If I create a
link using the SOAP address in the default startpoint, it just opens up
an XML page.Thanks for any assistance.
Upon further testing, I found that I had to create an integer variable
called "numAttachments" and assign it the value of
"get-collection-size(/process_data/formAttachments". I then check
against the value of "numAttachments" in my conditional route. I'm
assuming that get-collection-size does not evaluate as an integer, so
you have to cast it to an integer value before you can use it.
On the leave request form that I'm working on, there are certain leave
types that require that the form originatorattach some sort of
documentation, like a doctor's note if they are claiming sick leave.In
my start point, I have the "Permit adding attachments" checkbox
selected, and store the attachments in a process variable called
"formAttachments", which is of type "document".In my processing, I
need to verify that they attached a file. I have a decision point with a
conditional route that is ...
Jon,Thank you for your response. I've found that part of my problem was
that the rendering process used to prefill the form needed to be set to
"short-lived" instead of "long lived". Once I made that change, the form
opens fine. I'm still trying to figure out how to get the Task Context
variables on the form, though.
We are just getting started using Adobe LiveCycle 9 at my organization
and I've been tasked to create processing for an internal form. I've
created a basic process that currently just has default start points.
One of them is for when a user starts a process in Workspace.Under the
"Presentation & Data" process property, I've selected my PDF form as the
"Asset". In "Action Profile", I have created a profile called "Prefill",
which I've defined to call a separate rendering process called