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Yup. All is good now.Thanks!

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Apparently not with respect to Rights Management. I have been told that this was deliberately designed this way and has to do with Policy Server being a stand alone product at some point. The User store for LiveCycle isn't shared with the legacy Policy Server application and that is the URL that the native applications (such as Acrobat or the Office RM Extensions) direct to from certain menu options. The URL format is as follows : http://localhost:8443/edc? Etc. That application seems to use a s...

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Thanks Paul, I guess what confused me was the fact that I had no problems whatever applying policies or doing any of the actions via the Rights Management Module in the adminui and would have thought Super Admin didn't need explicitly added to that role.Seems to work now.Thanks again!

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True, LiveCycle uses a common User Store, but when certain menu items are used from Acrobat, they direct to a web application (https://localhost:8443/edc/Login.do) distributed with ES, but this application does not use the common store. I don't know much about why this is the case, but have been told that it is by design.Perhaps there is some configuration that needs to occur to allow the policy server app to use the LC ES User Store?

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I am using Rights Management on LiveCycle 8.2 and managing my users in ES. A problem I am encountering is that certain operations, like revoking documents launch the URL to have the user login to the Rights Management app. But since my users aren't configured there, the logins do not work.Is there a way to reconfigure either Acrobat or the Rights Management App to redirect appropriately?

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You might try the following on the exit event of the text field:Supposing you had an exclgroup called RadioButtonList, and you were wishing to store the value of your text box in a field named 'other'.RadioButtonList.other.clearItems();RadioButtonList.other.addItem(this.rawValue, this.rawValue);RadioButtonList.other.setItemState(0,1);This will set the value of the radio button 'other' to be the value entered in the text field, and will then 'select' that radio button.Good luck,Ryan M. JacobsCard...

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I am assuming you are wanting something to come back as a SOAP fault element?Unhandled process exceptions are sent back as faults. So, theoretically, you could write a service component to do nothing but throw an exception. Then you could route your process to call that in specific situations. As an alternative, I would consider having something like an additional 'status' output variable that always came back in the response which indicated the status of your process.Good Luck,Ryan M. Jacobsrja...

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I have run into problems installing the Designer portion of Workbench on machines where I was logged in as a user without administrative rights to that machine. I don't know if that is the problem you are running into, but it is worth looking at.Ryan M. Jacobsrjacobs@cardinalsolutions.comCardinal Solutions Group

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With HTTP Basic Authentication, you can pass the credentials in the HTTP Request rather than in the SOAP Header, which is what you would do if using WS-Security. I am not advocating HTTP Basic Authentication over WS-Security, just pointing out the option.I am not familiar with the PHP libraries you are using to setup your soap client, so I can't give you exact code to help you here. However, it should be in the area where you are configuring your request to the service. You will pass the usernam...

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Aditya, You may also authenticate by using HTTP Basic Authentication.Ryan M. Jacobsrjacobs@cardinalsolutions.comCardinal Solutions Group

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I have observed that if I convert a TIFF document to PDF using Generate PDF that it changes the actual dimensions of the file such that it is much larger. However, if I use Acrobat to convert the document, the dimensions are maintained. Does anyone know if there is a way to make Generate PDF behave like Acrobat in this conversion? Thanks!Ryan M. Jacobs

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That did work. I didn't realize or think about the jars coming along for the ride in the LCA. Thanks much!Ryan

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If a custom component has been installed on a LiveCycle ES server, is there a way to export the jar back out? I haven't been able to figure out how to do so and wondered if anyone had any ideas? Thanks, Ryan

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We tested this out and it solved the issue. The specific version number is 7.0.Thanks!

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Thanks. I will try to find a similar setting on version 7, which is what our client is using. It still seems strange that this only happens when the document is loaded from the browser plugin and not in standalone reader, but we will try it out. Thanks again!Ryan

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The following situation we have encountered using the following client software:Browser:IE6Reader version: 7.?1. We have a process that renders an xdp as PDF. A servlet was written to invoke the render service and return the rendered PDF in the browser. This works fine. 2. Next, the user changes some of the text in the data fields which have been merged. The user doesn't save the document, but closes the browser. 3. Open the browser and invoke the servlet again with the same data as on the first...

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Matt, Thanks for the information and considering the formal support matrix. Both will help in setting expectations with clients. Thanks,Ryan

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Can anyone point me to a browser support policy for Workspace? I know for example that FireFox 3 is not supported, but I'd like to know if there is a more complete guide to explain what browser/OS combinations are or are not supported. Thanks!Ryan

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I have a situation where I will receive a form that contains a repeating node of data for which I will need to do a database update or insert for each repeated node. Is there an efficient mechanism to iterate over these nodes and call the Execute SQL Statement as many times as there happen to be nodes? I have seen examples of looping constructs where you must set counters as process variables and then have a setValue process update that each time and combine it with a decision point to check if ...

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Paul - Turns out the issue and inconsistencies were related to a corrupt LiveCycle ES install and were unrelated to the process and forms themselves. Thanks for your input though.Ryan

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I am not sure. In viewing the XML Source of the XDP file, I can only find the single encrypted element 'guides' which must be used to help generate the flex form guide. To clarify, these buttons, as far as I can tell are standard control buttons (save,print,email pdf and show/hide pdf) that get created when rendering an XDP form as a Form Guide rather than PDF. An interesting additional note is I am finding that these controls don't consistently render when viewing the Form Guide in workspace.

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I have a form which is being rendered as a form guide which was created using Designer's Guide Builder. When I load this in a process in workspace, it renders fine for the most part, however, the Show/Hide PDF and Print buttons do not function and instead display an alert : defaultCallback: msgId = -1 request = activateDocumentView errorMessage = GeneralError: Operation failed. parms = nullanddefaultCallback: msgId = -1 request = printPDF errorMessage = GeneralError: Operation failed. parms = nu...

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