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Re: Form is not working in Chrome browser! - Adobe LiveCycle 18-11-2015
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Form is not working in Chrome browser! - Adobe LiveCycle 17-11-2015
Hello,I have developed a adobe form by using the LC and users has Adobe Reader XI ver., well, but when user is trying to render on the Chrome users are getting the below error message!'Adobe Reader plug-in not installed or enabled'But, its working fine in IE11, pl. let us know how can we render Adobe reader in Chrome browser?Thank you

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2013
Thank you for your time and Thank you for your helpRegards

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2013
Sure, Thank you, i will place in preOpen (as soon as user clicks theArea/2nd field) of 2nd field, but i guess, you coded correctly as per myrequirement, its as below,1) 1st drop down field - ZONE - US, Europe, Asia2) 2nd drop down field - AREA - Germany, France (if user selected Europe inthe above / 1st field)3) 3rd drop down field - HIDDEN_AREA_FIELD - all entries with concatenationof 1st & 2nd field list - This is really hidden for user on the layoutYour code as below,var itemList = [];for (va...

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2013
Wow! its quick, Thank you for a very quick reply. Pls. let me know where(1st / 2nd / 3rd field and Event name) i should place your code?By seeing the below piece of code, am guessing your code should go on 2ndAREA field, but, not sure the EVENT?Pls. let me know the field and event name i need to (copy & paste ) yourcodeRegards

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2013
Thank you, for some reason i couldn't login to my account on Adobe forums,hence am replying from my email account.Thank you for your answer, yes i have a data source for all the 3 fields,but the fillling data is very dynamic, hence i have choosen this approach,just for example i gave geographical location instance, hence my approachis as below,1) Fill the 1st Zone field with US, Europe, Asia from data source2) Fill the 2nd Area fiel with New York, Hosuton, Missouri, Germany,France, China, Thaila...

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2013
Thank you.Yes, pls. i need 3rd drop-down field Hidden_Area_Field bcz as i mentioned i am filling these drop-down value set / List box from back end ERP / SAP source/system, its DYNAMIC, i mean, i can't hard code at the form level (either in object pallette or Editor JS coding) the any of the drop-down fields value setPls. considering the 3rd field Hidden_Area_Field necessity, pls. suggest me the JavaScriptRegards

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Re: Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 28-09-2013
Any help pls.?Thank you

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Filter 2nd field drop-down list based on 1st field's value; JS pls.? - Adobe LiveCycle 27-09-2013
Hello,I have 3 drop-down fields (3rd is a hidden field), they and their dorp-down list box entries are as follows,1) Zone - US, EU2) Area - New York, Houston, Missouri, Germany, France 3) Hidden_Area_Field - US$New York, US$Houston, US$Missouri, EU$Germany, EU$France (2nd field's entries and 3rd field entries content & ORDER is same, except adding ZONE as prefix with a seperator of $) Now, my requirement is, if user selected EU in 1st field, then the 2nd field's list box should fill with ONLY Ge...

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Cross dependency of drop-down field's entries? - Adobe LiveCycle 27-09-2013
Hello,I have a set of fields, which has 2 fields in it (each set = 2 fields), the fields are Zone and Area. Like that, i have 3 sets, in the same pattern, like below(User can select US in the 1st set and in the 2nd/3rd set, no validation)All are drop-down fields, these drop-down field's list box will be populated with entries from backend (ERP / SAP)So, the 1st field Zone's list box entries are US, Europe and Asia.The 2nd field Area's list box entries are New York, California, Houston, Germany, ...

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