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Re: Remove last instances of subforms w/ min count of 0: calculations not updating - Adobe LiveCycle 12-04-2016
Was able to fix by modifying to the following (all on the remove button of Airfare Expense), and it worked. Wanted to post in case this helps anyone in the future. Mouse Down (FormCalc) –var I=form1.ExpenseReport.Expenses.resolveNodes("Airfare[*]").length if (I <= 1) then Amount.rawValue = "0"endif Click event (JavaScript):this.resolveNode('Expenses._Airfare').removeInstance(this.parent.index);if (xfa.host.version < 😎 { xfa.form.recalculate(1);} Mouse Up (FormCalc): var I=form1.ExpenseReport.Ex...

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Remove last instances of subforms w/ min count of 0: calculations not updating - Adobe LiveCycle 12-04-2016
I have an Expense Form created in LiveCycle, where a user clicks an icon button for an individual expense category (i.e. Meals, which is under form1.ExpenseReport.ExpenseType.TravelMeals) and a repeating subform (with a min instance count set to 0) is displayed for each separate category. At the end of the report is a Summary page that contains subforms (i.e. form1.Summary.MealsSumm) calculating the totals for all of the repeating subforms from each individual category (in FormCalc), and then th...

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How can Reader users attach a file to Dynamic PDF? - Adobe LiveCycle 22-03-2016
I created a dynamic XML expense form in Adobe LiveCycle ES2, with the additional features enabled for Adobe Reader. In the form are “attach file” buttons for the user to attach their expense receipts to the form. This works flawlessly in Adobe Professional, but I did not realize until the form was completely built that users with Reader (we have DC installed in my organization) cannot use the “attach file” functionality. After doing further research, it appears that Reader users can only use thi...

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