What happens if you try that URL in a web
very odd that you have TCP port 1521 as an HTTP port. That's the
standard Oracle database port number. Recheck the values you entered in
I believe Adobe's recommended practice is to turn off these warnings.
See the first link below. This link explains how to prevent WebSphere
from reporting this particular warning at
restart will likely be required.)This link mentions how to filter the
warning from the
will likely *not* be requir...
Hmmm ... the patch would only apply to documents pulled out from the
Repository. If you -- as you say -- are pulling attachments (Documents)
out from PDF-1, it is possible (likely) that the patch can't help you
out there.To confirm, you experience the same type of error, but at a
different point in your process?Would you mind sharing your process with
me? You can send it to livecycle57 at gmail dot com.
Hi Jerome,The host port only requires the hostname. Protocol prefixes
are not required. Have you tried just the IP address? Java sometimes
can't resolve hostnames.Also, is host sw0052 different than the host on
which LCM is running? If not, you could try 'localhost' too.
The patches are ready but not yet posted to adobe.com.In the meantime,
you could inquire with Adobe Support about: - Quick Fix 0.3 if you're
running LiveCycle 8.2.1, - Quick Fix 2.57 if you're running LiveCycle
22.214.171.124 (8.0 with SP2).
I believe we've resolved the issue. To wrap up this
thread:"org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlException: error: Invalid byte 2 of
3-byte UTF-8 sequence" This error occurs while importing an LCA (during
the preview phase) and is caused by the presence of extended characters
(such as é,à,...) in a process template or the application.xml. A bug in
the preview archive code prevents the import of such LCAs. If possible,
avoid using extended characters in process maps on 8.0.x
systems.However, should you run int...