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Asif Maniar wrote... Hemant Arora wrote... Did you use allowed parents or allowed children ? Thanks for your reply. Can you elaborate on your solution? From the documentation allowed parents and children can be used to restrict templates but I would like to restrict components in a parasys based on the regional site the page belongs to. Usually have restricted components in design mode but since the sites share a design all pages and the parasys will get the same component restriction across all...

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Hi LincolnFrom what I can tell, and from the response above as well: The transport user is used to perform the move of items from the originating system to the destination system. So in terms of replication, from author to publish. For reverse replication, the other way around. The transport user must exist on both sides, so you would create it on author and then replicate it on publishYou first run replication using the admin user, and then change to a custom user (the transport user mentioned ...

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GregFullard wrote... OK, I've put together a quick sample that seems to work. Key point is that you use the generatePDFOutput method, but pass in null as the XML data. Here's a snippet: ... flattenXfaForm(File inXfa, String outputFolder) { .... Document doc=null; String xfaName = inXfa.getName().toString(); PDFOutputOptions options = new PDFOutputOptions(); options.setContentRoot(inXfa.getParentFile().toString()); doc=outputService.generatePDFOutput(xfaName, null, options); .... } This works bri...

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Mahen Govender wrote... Hi All I am having trouble flattening a pdf. Using LiveCycle it would be done using the OutputService.generatePDFOutput operation However the generatePDFOutput method available on com.adobe.fd.output.api.OutputService does not have a TransformationFormat that can be specified to a flat pdf, and its options object also does not seem to have anything that will help with this. So my question is, using the com.adobe.fd library, how would you take a pdf Document that has field...

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Hi All I am having trouble flattening a pdf. Using LiveCycle it would be done using the OutputService.generatePDFOutput operationHowever the generatePDFOutput method available on com.adobe.fd.output.api.OutputService does not have a TransformationFormat that can be specified to a flat pdf, and its options object also does not seem to have anything that will help with this.So my question is, using the com.adobe.fd library, how would you take a pdf Document that has fields etc, and flatten it? Tha...

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Hi EveryoneI'm not sure if I am posting in the correct section, but I have a VERY beginner question / request. I need to create a servlet that accesses documents (pdf / tif) stored in a folder, and then reads the barcodes off each page, and then outputs the resulting values to an output folder as a text file. The problem I have is I have NO clue where to start on this. I have looked through this tutorial: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/java_servlets.html But I need something even...

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smacdonald2008 wrote... Only related doc is this one: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-1/develop/the-basics/website.html#Creating the Top Navigation Component but this is for top nav component. Hi ScottThanks for the response, we are actually using the top-nav, it has just been styled to appear as a side navigation.I will look through the link, thanks very much

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HiWe have a side nav, that should display sub nav pages, as long as those pages are not hidden from navigation.However it is behaving strangely:If it has one sub item it does not display any submenu itemsIf there are more than one sub item it then displays the submenu correctlyTo illustrate:With one sub item: With two sub items: The code looks correct to me : <% // get starting point of navigation long absParent = currentStyle.get("absParent", 2L); String navstart = Text.getAbsoluteParent(curr -->...

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Thanks Scott 🙂I will try these today, thanks for pointing me in the right direction.Mahen

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Thanks Peter!Is there a tutorial or example you can point me to that would take me through the process?RegardsMahen

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Hi AllI am trying to create a basic search component.It is meant to take a text input from the user and on button click submit that input. It then will display the results returned.The component as it stands looks like this:General Search Component - Mach 12 Search: Search ${cols.resultDate} ${cols.title} ${cols.description} How do I get the value from the input box passed to the Java Class?

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