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@Mayank_Gandhi Can you point me to some documentation on how to apply server-side validation to the client form? As for the XML data, I will need to wait until a client submits a request that fails in this way before I can capture that. That being said, the XML data that is produced looks the same as a successful request, except that the field is empty EX: instead of Y @PulkitJain I raised a ticket with support on Thursday. The most frequent fields that are not validated are drop down boxes. Of ...

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The empty fields are all marked as "required" and 99.5% of the time, the form alerts users to the empty fields and fails to submit. It's the .5% that fails that concerns me. If this happened only once or twice a year, I wouldn't worry about it, but it happens once or twice a week.

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Unless I am wrong, the prefill is what is generated and added to the form before the it is rendered and the dataxml is the data that the user submits, right? The prefill does not generate any information for the required fields and the dataxml is missing the information that the user is not adding to the form. The form is not breaking. I have a stored procedure that inserts the form data to our financial database that is executed after the form is submitted. Since some of the required fields are...

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Thanks, I will dm you shortly. I am not sure about the browser version of the users, but the form is an adaptive HTML form that is rendered when a task is started in a JEE workflow through the Workspace UI. The clients all have the same permissions.

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Hello, I have an adaptive form with about two dozen fields that are marked as required fields, yet somehow I have users that are able to submit their form when some of these fields are empty. I have submitted hundreds of test forms in our test and production environments and am unable to replicate this behaviour. Does anyone have any suggestions on potential solutions, or avenues of investigation that I can pursue for this issue?

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at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor1128.invoke(Unknown Source) [:1.8.0_181]at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:43) [rt.jar:1.8.0_181]at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:498) [rt.jar:1.8.0_181]at com.adobe.idp.dsc.component.impl.DefaultPOJOInvokerImpl.invoke(DefaultPOJOInvokerImpl.java:118) [adobe-dscf-client.jar:6.5.0.0.20201031.338291]at com.adobe.idp.dsc.interceptor.impl.InvocationInterceptor.intercept(InvocationInterceptor.java:14...

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I see these types of errors in the log: 14:39:52,256 ERROR [com.adobe.idp.docmanager.DocManagerUtil] (default-threads - 39) DocManager:getPOFObjectManager():Error:app -- service jboss.naming.context.java.jboss.exported.app: javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: app -- service jboss.naming.context.java.jboss.exported.appat org.jboss.as.naming.ServiceBasedNamingStore.lookup(ServiceBasedNamingStore.java:106) [wildfly-naming-7.1.4.GA-redhat-1.jar:7.1.4.GA-redhat-1]at org.jboss.as.naming.NamingContext....

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I see these types of errors in the error log:

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I am experiencing some occasional issues where my users submit their assigned task, but the data they enter on the form is not saved to the form output. Is there any kind of scenario where a user can submit an XPD form from the workspace UI where it will ignore the required fields, or even just not capture the Output Form data?

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I have a Workflow process that I want to consume in our customized workspace UI and it has an input variable of type "Document". Is there some kind of functionality available to use these complex datatypes in javascript?

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When I use the HTML ws, my form is rendered in PDF format. We are using Workbench to set a custom action profile for when the task is assigned to a user. This custom action profile pulls information from our db that sets up the form in different ways based on the user.If I change the action profile for the task to the default HTML profile, it will render the form in HTML, but none of the data I collect in my custom profile is added to the form.

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I have read that page already, and it does not mention how to get a custom action profile rendered as HTML. As I mentioned in my post, changing the action profile does not render our form properly.

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We are currently upgrading from LC ES 4 to AEM Forms 6.4 and are in the process of migrating our Flex workspace to the HTML workspace. We would also like to be able to render our XDP PDF Forms in HTML. We pre-fill our forms and add a form bridge using a custom action profile, so changing the start point action profile render process to HTML doesn't give the expected result. Are there any resources out there that can offer assistance or pointers on this?

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Yes, those instructions did make the tutorial more clear, but It still isn't working for me.If I copy login.css to the apps/... node, the css page does not get loaded. If I create a new css file and reference it in login.jsp, that one doesn't load either.

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I have been trying to make a semantic change to the default form workspace, but none of the changes I make seem to do anything. I don't seem to have any issue making changes to the HTML templates. If I check here: Adobe Experience Manager Help | Introduction to Customizing AEM form workspace it says I should use the Dev Package, and I see that there is a command to install it, but it doesn't say ​where​ to run that command.Where can I run this command to get the Dev Profile installed?

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Hi Mayank,I still haven't gotten it to work. I have a ticket open with Support now.

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Hello,I am attempting to change the default login page by following the steps listed here Adobe Experience Manager Help | Creating a new login screen What I want to do is change the background image, but I am running into difficulties. As soon as a new copy of the login.css gets pasted in the apps folder (which is the first step), the existing background image, and all other styles, fails to load. When I complete the rest of the steps nothing changes, even if i don't upload a new image and chang...

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Should I be worried if changing the template does not work?

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Thanks for the input Mayank. This is similar to what we ended up doing; we also added visibility: hidden; in there.While this does the job, I am a little concerned that changing the template doesn't do anything? What if I need to change something in the template that can't be changed via css? Is this "normal" with the default setup?

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I am trying to modify the default Forms workspace by removing the "Search Startpoints" search box from the Start Process tab. I found the template with the HTML that I need to remove in ws/js/runtime/routes/templates/startprocess.html but, when I remove the code, it does not remove the search box from the page.I have already completed the generic customization steps, and have successfully made a couple of other cosmetic changes.Does anyone know what I should be looking for?

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The script generates some values to pass along to a stored procedure, and collects the output for use later on in the process. We are not using the OOTB JDBC stored procedure activity because the multiple possible values for sp inputs would have made the process too large to debug (the process recorder can only record so many activities). The script has been running with no issues in our ES4 production environment for almost a decade, so I don't think the script is the issue.I expect an exceptio...

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In Workbench for AEM Forms 6.4, in an executeScript activity, I have been getting some odd errors with my code. It is telling me that there are missing methods and classes that should be there. This code works fine outside of the executeScript activity (in Eclipse running the same java version). I even checked in the jar of the Microsoft sql and can see the class file in the server class path/modules folder. I have found other ways around these errors, but I would prefer to use the "missing" cla...

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It turned out that I needed multiple dependencies... Thanks for pointing me in the right direction WASIL

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That's where I though it should go.However, when I do that and attempt to call the classes in the Execute script activity, I get an error saying:java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Failed to link com/opentext/livelink/service/core/Authentication_Service (Module "com.tb:main" from local module loader @33e5ccce (finder: local module finder @5a42bbf4 (roots: C:\Adobe\Adobe_Experience_Manager_Forms\jboss\modules,C:\Adobe\Adobe_Experience_Manager_Forms\jboss\modules\system\layers\base\.overlays\layer-bas...

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I followed the steps as best I could, but it doesn't seem to work for me. Where am I supposed to define the global module? standalone.xml? domain.xml? the same config xml file that has my datasource definitions?

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If I am using Jboss, where can I find the app server class path? I did this when we used ES4, but I am not sure where to put it in AEM Forms 6.4.

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If I wanted to use an external jar in an "Execute Script" activity in a workflow process in Workbench, how would I do this?

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I am glad someone found this thread helpful, but after spending almost a month with Adobe support, my issue is still not resolved.

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I've rebuilt the component using the new copies of the Adobe jars that I need to include. I've also rebuilt the external jar that wraps the web service calls using the Java version that AEM Forms 6.4 uses. Neither of those things made a difference.

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