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Free Desktop Alerter for LiveCycle Workspace
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Alerter for Workspace provides notification of new tasks in your LiveCycle ES Workspace queues by sending task alerts to your desktop.You can now be notified of LiveCycle ES Workspace tasks without having an open browser to host Workspace, or your email application to monitor notifications. Alerter also allows you to open, view and prioritize tasks, directly from the desktop!The Alerter AIR application can just sit in the system tray. New tasks are alerted to your desktop as yellow toast popups....

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How to Interface a PDF Form to a Third-party Application
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There are several ways of interfacing PDF forms to a third party application. The technique you choose depends on a number of factors, including exactly what youre trying to achieve, and the capabilities of the application.Full details on how to do this can be found here:http://avokahhh.wordpress.com/2008/04/14/how-can-you-interface-a-pdf-form-to-a-third-party-application/Regards,Tineke Osten - Avokawww.avoka.com

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Using the LiveCycle SQL (JDBC) component
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The LiveCycle JDBC/SQL component is probably the most useful component in the Foundation category. You can use it to query a database, which can help pre-populate forms, make routing decisions, and more. Its a very powerful component, but it can get a bit complicated, particularly when you want to pass process variables to your query. The blog post below investigates the JDBC component in detail:http://avokahhh.wordpress.com/2008/08/19/using-the-livecycle-sql-jdbc-component-part-i/

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Form Guide Rendering Explained
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You probably already know that Form Guides are an exciting way to render an Adobe dynamic form via a Wizard-style interface. See this link for more details: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/es/fggettingstarted.pdfHowever, all this document says about how rendering a Form Guide works is:The process for rendering form guides is similar to the process used to render forms in PDF or HTML. You must create a new process in Workbench ES that uses the form guide rendering operation renderFormGuide....

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