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Re: Formcalc script for the "Save As" function - Adobe LiveCycle 26-05-2016
What would make this simple command invalid in Formcalc?if(Required[*].isNull) then

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Re: Formcalc script for the "Save As" function - Adobe LiveCycle 25-05-2016
Is there any way you could help me convert this from FormCalc to JavaScript?if ((Sum(CheckBox1[*]) lt 1) or Todays_Date.isNull or JobNumber.isNull) thenxfa.host.messageBox("Please complete all required fields in Highlight YELLOW area to print.")elsexfa.host.print(1, "0", "0", 0, 1, 0, 0, 0)endifI'm going to replace the xfa.host.print(1, "0", "0", 0, 1, 0, 0, 0) with "app.execMenuItem("SaveAs")I'm lost. Nothing I do seems to work.. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated! I'm new ...

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Re: Formcalc script for the "Save As" function - Adobe LiveCycle 25-05-2016
Thanks again for the help radzmar!!!! I was hoping I wouldn't have to rewrite my Formcalc formula in JavaScript...I'm not so good with JavaScript....there is a print feature recognized in FC, I was hoping there was one for Save As...

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Formcalc script for the "Save As" function - Adobe LiveCycle 24-05-2016
Is there a Formcalc script for the "Save As" function? Something similar to the JavaScript function "app.execMenuItem("SaveAs")?

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle preview PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 11-05-2016
Can't I force this field to zero out with FormCalc formulas when the document is opened? Something like this:$.rawValue=null thenif($.isNull) then$.rawValue=num2date(date (), "MMMM DD, YYYY")endifendif

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle preview PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 11-05-2016
It still only reflects the date that it was saved in Livecycle. It's not clearing that field. And I have no idea why... Also, if I can get this working with the JS Debugger, will this work for anyone who opens the form? Or would this Debugger script need to be placed on every PC?

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle preview PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 11-05-2016
I did exactly as you said...and nothing seems to be happening.This is my LC field:And here is the Java Debugger field. Debugger is acting strange though. I cannot make the window any larger than it is and when I attempt to initialize it nothing happens. And the same script will show up in debugger windows on other documents...

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle preview PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 11-05-2016
This is what I'm using with formCalc:if(F.P1.DateTimeField1.isNull)thenF.P1.DateTimeField1.rawValue=num2Date(Date(), "MMMM DD, YYYY")endifSeems really simple and works without issue in the PDF viewer...

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Adobe LiveCycle preview PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 11-05-2016
Form fields update correctly when viewing in livecycle but not when opened in adobe x pro. Specifically two field I have. One for the current date and one for the current time. When I view them in the PDF viewer in Livecycle everything works fine. But when I open the document in Adobe X Pro or Adobe Reader XI, both fields display the date and time from when it was saved last in Livecycle...how do I make it work the way it does in the PDF viewer??

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