Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
Bedrock Mission!

Learn more

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Bounteum_Theuam
Community profile Bounteum_Theuam Level 2
Job title here
Location here
4 BADGES
Level 2

Level 2

Learn more
Joined the community 20-03-2016 7:57:12 AM
Offline
Top badges earned by Bounteum_Theuam
Customize the badges you want to showcase on your profile
Script to prevent duplicate signature
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
I am currently working on a form that required two sets of signatures. One signature is of the preparer, and the other signature is of the reviewer. As one of the form presign validation, the reviewer could not be the same person as the preparer. However, I am not sure on a script that I could use to make this comparison. Therefore, any help would much be appreciated. Thanks!

Views

292

Likes

0

Replies

0
Unable to populate date field on form initialize event
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
I been using this script before on my other forms to basically auto populate a date field on form initialization. However, on the form that I am currently working on, the code does not work. Any help would greatly be appreciated.form1.JV.Dare::initialize - (JavaScript, client)if(status.rawValue != "Something"){var msNow = (new Date()).getTime();var d1 = new Date(msNow);this.rawValue = until.printd("yyyy-mm-dd", d1);}else{this.rawValue = rawValue;}

Views

824

Likes

0

Replies

1
Re: Script to generate random integers and populate List Box
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
I really appreciated all your help with this.  Thank you!

Views

1.0K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: Script to generate random integers and populate List Box
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
Thank you so much. It work perfectly. Just wondering, would you happen to know what I could do to eliminate duplicate record.

Views

1.0K

Likes

0

Replies

2
Script to generate random integers and populate List Box
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
This is what I would like the coding to do. On a click, I want the script to generate 4 random integers between 0 and the value that the user enter the field called form1.RandomNumber.NumericField2.rawValue. Once the random integer is generated, I then would like to store them in an array called "result". I then would like to display the random population within a List Box called form.RandonNumber.ListBox1. Below is the script that I wrote:var result = [ ];for (var i = 0; i != 4; ++i){ var rando...

Views

1.2K

Likes

0

Replies

4
Re: Adobe FORMCALC Calculate is an Unsupported Operation Issue
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
Sorry that I did get back with you sooner on this. I actually was able to resolve my issue just by rebooting my computer.

Views

767

Likes

0

Replies

0
Adobe FORMCALC Calculate is an Unsupported Operation Issue
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Bounteum_Theuam
Level 2

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

7 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
View profile
Bounteum_Theuam
- Adobe LiveCycle
For some particular my Adobe LC form is no longer recognizing my FORMCALC calculation. When switching from designer to preview PDF I received the following message:Adobe Acrobat: Calculate is an unsupported operation for the --- my formAny help would greatly be appreciated.Thanks,BT

Views

1.4K

Likes

0

Replies

2