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  • Hello,Is there any way for one to catch erros using the execute script object?Thank you

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  • Hi,I read the help in workbench about the exception event, but I still was not able to figured out how it works. Is there any other help about this topic?Thank you

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  • Just one more thing,Is it possible to include this code in a execute script object? My concern is about the necessity to include client JAR files in the project. I believe that if I use a execute script, I will not need such thing right?Thank you

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  • Jasmin,You said: "You should have a generic SYSTEM EXCEPTION that should catch the ones that are not specifically exposed." Should system exception get all the exceptions, even those specifically exposed? Im almost sure that some exceptions not exposed are not got by system exception.Where can I rea...

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  • Hello,I need to get a list of all the files from a specific directory in the workbench repository. I think there isn´t a workbench component that perform this action, so I would like to know if this is possible using Java APIs. If yes, where can I find an example?thank you

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  • Hi,I would like to ear from you about best practices to handle exceptions in workbench processes. As far as I understand, one can handle exceptions only in some services. Also, each kind of exception must be handled, one by one (ex.: one route from the service that throws the exception by each excep...

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  • Paul,Unfortunatly it doesn´t work. Because my pdf is empty (it does not have anything inside the xfa:data structure, yet), the component will not create the tree for the fields in the form.Thank you

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  • Paul,I will not use Acrobat, just reader and workbench. Plus, I would want to turn this step automatic, and not to have someone exporting the file by hand. What I was hopping was that there would be a component in workbench that would output something like Acrobat/Designer does...thank you

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  • Paul,I appreciate you help, but that was not what I was trying to accomplish What I want is to get the hierarchy of all the fields inside a PDF. If you generate a random data file using the preview tab in livecycle designer, you will get what I need.

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  • Hi,The form was created in the designer. I would like to get that structure using livecycle process. Please note that I don´t want all the xfa structure, but only the data part (from a pdf without data value assigned to it).Thank you

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