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ArneAtAdobe
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Re: decrypt a PDF when offline? - Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
Thank you for your answer.I validated this at the customers site and found out that the guy had two windows profiles. Since the certificates are part of the windows profile, it did not work when he took his "offline" profile, because he installed in the other profile only.

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decrypt a PDF when offline? - Adobe LiveCycle 25-05-2011
Hi,A customer reports that he cannot open a certificate encrypted document when he is not in the network of his company. When he is in the network it works. Why is that and how can I fix that?What we do:We send a pdf document via email to the guy. the pdf is encrypted with a certificate. He has the pfx certificate in his Windows certificate store. the pfx certificate is signed by a CA, which is self signed. All certificates and the CA are generated with Adobe Acrobat. I installed the CA certific...

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Re: Ommit entering the certificate password when decrypting? - Adobe LiveCycle 21-04-2011
Hi Steve,thank you for your help. I will try to convince the customer that passwords are nessecary. After all its his confidential data that has to be secured ...Cheers,Arne

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Ommit entering the certificate password when decrypting? - Adobe LiveCycle 20-04-2011
Hi,my customer does not want to enter a password when he opens an encrypted pdf. This is really important to them. The pdf is encrypted with a certificate. The Adobe Reader asks for the password for that certificate every time it is used to decrypt or sign anything. How can I open an encrypted pdf without entering that password?The customer has a Windows domain ...Thanks in advance for your help.Cheers,Arne

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Re: How to set a field in the xml data from a script? - Adobe LiveCycle 14-04-2011
Hi Paul,thank you very much for that, it works now. It took me some time to realize that this is actually FormCalc and not Javascript (Doh!), though.Thanks again for your help, I really appreciate that.Cheers,Arne

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How to set a field in the xml data from a script? - Adobe LiveCycle 13-04-2011
Hi,I want to set a modified flag in the xml data when a field is modified. I added a field for that in the xsd that is bound to the pdf file: And I want to access it when a change event occurs:salesReport.Page1.ProductNameTableSubForm.ProductNameTable.Row1.country::change - (JavaScript, client)countryModified = 1; // does not work$.modifiedFields.countryModified = 1; // does not workThere is no field in the pdf that is bound to countryModified. How can I set the value of the countryModified...

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Re: FormDataIntegrationClient.importData() deletes layout information - Adobe LiveCycle 12-04-2011
Perhaps there is a possibility to extract the layout information somehow and insert it after this step? How?

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FormDataIntegrationClient.importData() deletes layout information - Adobe LiveCycle 12-04-2011
Hi,I have a pdf document in which every field that has changed is marked in red. I extract XML from it, change one field and import the data into the same pdf document. After that all fields that were red before are not anymore.Code example:inPdfDocument.copyToFile(new File("/home/arne/fooooooooo.pdf")); // <-- contains red fieldsFormDataIntegrationClient dataClient = FormDataIntegrationClientFactory.createClient();Document inXmlDocument = new Document(inXML);Document resultPDF = dataClient.impo...

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Re: How can I encrypt reader extended documents? - Adobe LiveCycle 12-04-2011
Problem solved, you have to unlock the pdf before adding reader extensions.There is a difference between unlocking and removing encryption. When you unlock a pdf you just open it up for some operations. After that (precisely: when you call the getInputStream() method) it will be locked (encrypted) again.When you add encryption to a document, it is added when you persist the doc somehow. From the document's point of view persisting means calling the getInputStream() method. That method is used wh...

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Re: How can I encrypt reader extended documents? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-04-2011
Hi,I implemented encryption and reader extension and I get the following error when I add reader extensions to my formerly encrypted document:Caused by: com.adobe.livecycle.readerextensions.client.ProcessingException: ALC-RES-001-022: The input PDF document is encrypted and needs to be unlocked for this operation.When I do it the other way round, I get the error message I described above. So, how can I encrypt and reader extend my document?There is a thread here but it does not solve my problem....

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