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.
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?
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.
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?
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...
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?
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
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
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"
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.tb:main" from local module loader @33e5ccce (finder: local module
finder @5a42bbf4 (roots:
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?
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.
After upgrading from LiveCycle ES4 to AEM Forms 6.4, I am having an
issue with a custom Workflow component that consumes a web service from
an external jar. I am getting a NullPointerException when the service
client calls getPort.Did I miss a configuration step? Can anyone help me
resolve this?Here is the stack trace10:12:16,569 ERROR
[org.jboss.as.ejb3.invocation] (default-threads - 10) WFLYEJB0034: EJB
Invocation failed on component EjbTransactionCMTAdapter for method
public abstract java.lan...
I ended up submitting a ticket to Enterprise support and they directed
me to change my java options. They didn't give me this link, but the
option I changed, a brief blurb on what it does, and how it can solve
the issue can be found
been running the solution for about two weeks now. It seems to have
solved my problem.
There were no errors related to the 'stuck' process in the server log
file.I have not noticed this happening to any one particular user. With
the last three times this has happened, it was a different user each
Since I upgraded from ES2.5 to ES4 this summer, I have been running into
a strange problem about once or twice a month where a user completes a
task, but the task just seems to sit in limbo, doing nothing. If I check
the process in the Admin UI (Admin UI -> Services -> LiveCycle Process
Management ES ->Process Search ->Process Instance ->Process Instance
Detail) it shows that the Operation is 'Running', but if i drill down to
the task itself, it says that it was 'Completed'. I haven't taken any
I tried using the web service, but it complained that it needed a
login/pw from the user that is assigned the task. A username is no
problem, but no way can I get a password (that I am aware of, anyway).
It complained about this despite the security tab of the
ProcessManagementTaskService having 'allow anonymous access' turned on
and still complained if I turned off the need to authenticate.This
caused me to look for yet another solution and I found one using what I
am guessing is invoking the e...