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Re: How to stop someone from submitting a form multiple times? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2008
>What I understand is you could add javascript code to control or stop multiple submissions? I don't see how this could help. If someone opens a fresh copy of theform, all the JavaScript will be as it originally was.I repeat:What is the specific problem you are trying to solve? Maybe we cansuggest a different approach.Aandi Inston

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Re: How to stop someone from submitting a form multiple times? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2008
You really can't, any more than you could stop them posting youmulitple copies of a paper form. What is the specific problem you are trying to solve? Maybe we cansuggest a different approach.Aandi Inston

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Re: View xml in pdf format? - Please help- - Adobe LiveCycle 18-10-2008
>In your opinion, why is it better to work with the .xml data instead of emailing the forms back and forth as a .pdf?1. XML is a standard format and many programs can read the data fromXML. So if you work with XML it allows you more flexibility,especially to reprocess all the saved e-mails.2. The free Adobe Reader can't submit in PDF format unless the PDFfile is specially prepared, on which there are contract limitations.3. PDF files will be much bigger than the XML, resulting in biggere-mails.T...

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Re: View xml in pdf format? - Please help- - Adobe LiveCycle 16-10-2008
>Thanks, but how do I import the xml to the form?In Acrobat 7, the menu item is Advanced > Forms > Import Data to Form.In Acrobat 9, the menu item is Forms > Manage Form Data > Import Data.You can't drag, and can't do it with Designer.Aandi Inston

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Re: Difference between Acrobat Professional and Livecycle PDF generator - Adobe LiveCycle 16-10-2008
You cannot install Acrobat Professional for server use. It is notlicensed for the purpose.Aandi Inston

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Re: View xml in pdf format? - Please help- - Adobe LiveCycle 16-10-2008
It is best to just learn how to work with the XML. Save it, import itto the form - you have the filled form. Aandi Inston

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Re: Form Usage Limitation - Adobe LiveCycle 15-10-2008
>I just got off the phone with a co-worker of mine who told me that forms created using LiveCycle Designer 8.0 saved in a pdf format can only be used/opened 500 times before there is some sort of warning. This is wrong, but there is a kind of truth behind it. There is acontractual limit on using Reader Enabled forms. Please read the EULAcarefully, you are accepting specific limits.Aandi Inston

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Re: XDP is not supporting XHTM tags - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2008
Also, whatever the product - why would you expect XDP to support XHTMtags? I think you must misunderstand what XDP is for: it is not a pagedescription.If you want to convert HTML to PDF look at LiveCycle PDF Generator. Itwill not involve XDP.Aandi Inston

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Re: XDP is not supporting XHTM tags - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2008
>Yes,I am using Adobe LivecycleAdobe LiveCycle is not a product. It is a family of many products.So, please, what product are you using?Aandi Inston

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Re: XDP is not supporting XHTM tags - Adobe LiveCycle 09-10-2008
Ok, but I don't think it can help you with your need to convertXHTML/HTML to pdf. What product are you using?Aandi Inston

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