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Invalid XML: ... encoding specified in XML declaration is incorrect - Adobe LiveCycle 14-12-2010
Hi,I need to import a XML file into a PDF. This works as long as the encoding of the XML file is UTF-8. However, the files I need to import have an encoding UTF-16. When trying to import I get an error:Invalid XML: Xml parsing error: encoding specified in XML declaration is incorrect (error code 19)It is almost impossible to have the xml-file changed, so is there a way to import a UTF-16 encoded file?Thanks in advance!Erik

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Determine and change path of opened PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 12-12-2010
Hi,is it possible to determine the path from where the PDF is opened? And if so, can the default path be changed?This is what is going to happen:The server will create a rondom named folder and puts a copy of a PDF file there. There will also be an external XML file in the same folder containing data.The user is going to open the pdf. Once opened, the external XML-file with data needs to be imported. This will be done by a button on the form, that opens a 'browse'-screen.As the user does not kno...

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Re: Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 09-12-2010
Hi,that's exactly what I wanted, but I was unable to find any trial software for this subject. So, when I contacted Adobe, they kind of 'ordered' me to buy the software because what I was doing was not according to the license of Adobe LiveCycle Designer.But perhaps someone else has found the trialsoftware. If so, please let us know .

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Re: Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 06-12-2010
Thanks again.This Turnkey installation, does it come with the installation software, or do I need to order this as a separate piece of software?Erik

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Re: Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 06-12-2010
Thanks all for your replies!So, I have to supply a pc that will function as a server and then I need to order the Reader Extensions ES2 for JBoss. That software will install all necessary programms to run as a server.Correct me if I'm wrong! Thanks very much.Erik

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Re: Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 06-12-2010
Hi Paul,thanks for your reply! That's exactly why I need the Reader Extensions. This is what I need:I have created about 20 forms that up to 100 people can fill in and save. There is some data available in an external XML file. It would save the users a lot of time, when the data from the external XML file is imported in the PDF. However, the users only have the Reader, and I was told by Adobe the only the Reader Extentions would make this possible.Erik

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Re: Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 06-12-2010
Hi Jasmin,thanks for your reply! I still am a little unsure if I understand you explaination.I already have created forms with LiveCycle Designer E.S. 8.2 on my desktop pc. I now need to add a functionality to the forms I have created (importing data from an external XML file).The users that will work with my forms are only having the Reader.So, how does the Reader Extension work? Is it software I can install on my desktop pc, or do I need to install it on a server (that I do not have)? Is it th...

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Installation of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 05-12-2010
Hi,Adobe has informed us that we need to use Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 in stead of Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES 8.2. We had some doubts about the reason why, but that's a different issue.Now, when we want to order Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2 we need to indicate on what application server we will install (IBM WebSphere / Oracle WebLogic / JBoss). However, I want to install it on a desktop pc. Can anybody explain me which of the 3 options I need to order? What is the differenc...

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Re: Import XML data into PDF opened in Reader - Adobe LiveCycle 30-09-2010
Hi Niall,thanks again!It sounds like it should be possible to import a xml-file into a pdf using the Reader. However, I have not the correct software. Just to be sure: this is what I have, and what I need to make:Adobe Acrobat 9 ProAdobe LiveCycle Designer ES 8.2Adobe Reader 9I have created about 20 PDF's using LiveCycle Designer containing several field that an user needs to fill using the Reader. After filling all the fields, the user saves the pdf to a local folder.However, there is also a XM...

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Re: Import XML data into PDF opened in Reader - Adobe LiveCycle 27-09-2010
Hi Niall,thanks very much for your answer. You confirmed what I was not hoping for ;-(Do you know what it takes to set the required extentions into our pdf''s? It is just a software module that we buy? Is it something like 'Extent features in Adobe Reader' from the Adobe Acrobat?Any idea what the costs are for the LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES2?Thanks,Erik

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