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Re: LC 8.2.1.3/JBoss and SQL Server 2008 R2 - Adobe LiveCycle 16-05-2011
Soory, I am facing the problem that even if I downgrade the SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Sever 2008, the DB validation failed message still exists. Is there any way to tackle this problem. Thank you.

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Re: Livecycle Error [ALC-LCM-130-100] on SQL Server DB - Adobe LiveCycle 16-05-2011
Yes, I am facing the same problem that even if I downgrade the SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Sever 2008, the error message still exists. Is there any way to tackle this problem. Thank you.

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ASP.NET error when using LC Web Services - Adobe LiveCycle 14-03-2011
I have installed LiveCycle in JBOSS and I have developed an application using ASP.NET (C#) to allow PDF Form upload and extract the PDF Form data into XML.My program runs OK under VS 2008 debugging mode but when I tried to deploy the program into IIS. It has the following problem."The URI prefix is not recognized"And My program code is shown below:public string Convert(string pdfPath, string pdfFile) { string outputXml = ""; try { LiveCycleLogin lcl = new LiveCycleLogin(); //Create an OutputServ...

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Re: access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded-What do these error messages mean? - Adobe LiveCycle 09-03-2011
So the error occurs if I set the version lower than 9?If I set the version to 9.0 or later, does it mean that the form cannot be opened below version 9.0? Thanks.

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access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded-What do these error messages mean? - Adobe LiveCycle 08-03-2011
I have created a PDF Form but users who are using Adobe Reader 9.0 below will have the following error messages and the form cannot be opened.access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded. Line 40001.access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded. Line 40003.access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded. Line 40005.access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attribute not loaded. Line 40009.access is not a valid attribute of subform, Attrib...

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Export PDF Form Data to Database using ASP.NET - Adobe LiveCycle 01-03-2011
I have searched some topics related to PDF Form data export by using ASP.NET. However, I am not familiar with the procedures of using ASP.NET to export PDF Form data (Since I am new to LC). I would like to share my works to all of you and seek for advices. Thank you.I created PDF Form using LC Deigner and save it as Dynamic XML Form (*.pdf).The PDF form is converted into extended PDF Form using LC Reader Extensions so that user with Adobe Reader can fill and save the form data.User will upload t...

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Using Script to check the version of Adobe Reader - Adobe LiveCycle 13-02-2011
Hi. I am now currently using LiveCycle Designer to create a form which can allow user to attach attachments. We found that if an user uses Adobe Reader 7.0 or below, there is a problem on attaching attachments. As a result, we would like to add a script to check the version of client's Adobe Reader in ready state of the form. If an user uses Adobe 7.0 or below, the message box will be prompted and suggest user to download a newer version of Adobe Reader. I would like to know is it possible to do...

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Re: Upload PDF File and XML from Acrobat Reader to Sharepoint - Adobe LiveCycle 22-12-2010
So does it mean thatIf I use LC Designer to design a PDF form and select XDF in submit button, user can submit both PDF and XML to SharePoint ONLY when they use either Acrobat or Reader Extension ?PDF and XML submission can only be found successfully if I submit the form through Network Drive but not in SharePoint.

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Re: Upload PDF File and XML from Acrobat Reader to Sharepoint - Adobe LiveCycle 21-12-2010
So even if I choose XDP and check the includes "PDF" checkbox, this is not possible to submit PDF and XDP (2 files) to SharePoint through web?

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Upload PDF File and XML from Acrobat Reader to Sharepoint - Adobe LiveCycle 20-12-2010
We are now trying to use Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro with LiveCycle Designer ES (Trial Version) to develop a PDF form. We have created a submit button (submit as XDP and check "Include PDF" checkbox) so as to allow user to submit XDP and completed PDF form to sharepoint system.However, we found that only XML files are found while PDF file cannot be found in sharepoint. So can LiveCycle Designer allow user to submit both PDF and XDP to MS SharePoint? Thanks

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