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Giovanni_Sarbia
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Interactive Customer Communications with Siebel
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,I hope we have some case study, even if the customer can not be mentioned, regarding customer care solutions based on Siebel and LiveCycle. I need that for a presentation on Friday, please look at http://lcenterprise.corp.adobe.com/enterprise/gsarbiaprojects/2010/05/02/iccopportunity/Thanks in advance for your feedback and best regards,Giovanni

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Re: PDF Response Opening New Window
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
If you respond with XFDF/FDF/XFA XML properly built, Reader should not open a new window. This is a workflow that worked for sure from mid-1999 to late 2006, I've been hearing of problems recently but I haven't had a chance to test it with Acrobat/Reader 9.Anyway, responding with a PDF has never been a good practice, and that behaviour doesn't surprise me.

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Re: Capacity Guide for PDF-G ES2
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Carlos,the last time I've checked the guide was being delayed because of an open bug affecting the tests. See https://zerowing.corp.adobe.com/display/lc/LiveCycle+Sizing+GuidesBest regards,Giovanni

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Re: Java API, SOAP and Timeout
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Marco,I guess that SOAP timeouts might depend on a number of factors, most (if not all) of which are out of control from the LC side of things. See for instance http://forums.adobe.com/message/2632055, where a colleague from engineering replies to the original poster.As you write, asynchronous calls would be the solution in these cases, and no one should really ever count on long timeouts with anything working over HTTP.HTH.Best regards,Giovanni

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LiveCycle Digital Signatures signs a file and Acrobat does not validate the signature
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,I'm using this post to publish the files related to a thread started across internal mailing lists. I'm available for a Connect session to show the workflow I'm covering in my messages. "jboss_install_config_sec_7_2_2.pdf" is the original one that was provided to Digital Signatures, and "jboss_install_config_sec_7_2_2signed.pdf" is the output from LiveCycle that does not validate when opening it in Acrobat.Here's the thread so far, including my latest message via email:Hi, I’ve found a goo...

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Java plugin in the LC ES2 Enablement image
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,while testing a demo involving a Java applet (since Flex doesn't do signatures with PKCS#11 tokens) I've found out that, for no apparent reason, the Java version integrated with browsers by default in the ES2 Enablement image is 1.5.0_16. This caused the applet to crash in either Firefox or IE, while installing the current 1.6 release everthing works fine. The applet actually works fine on non-64-bit Windows versions, so there's probably some problem with the old 1.5 versions, Windows Serv...

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Re: Generic Java objects in LC processes
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
One more detail after playing with the "Search" function in Workbench.Actually even "java.lang.Object" is available and, after selecting it, it turns out to be the type "Object" which appears, strangely, under the types related to the "EMail" component.Therefore there's also an answer for those looking explicitly for generic objects, without resorting to the deprecated "object" in WorkflowDSC.Thanks again and best regards,Giovanni

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Re: Generic Java objects in LC processes
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Thanks a lot for the detailed answers.I really haven't noticed the "binary" type before, and, after searching for it I've also searched for the class/type I was hinting at in 3) and it is actually available in the LC registry. I must admit that, since LC Workbench ES exposes by default many more variable types than earlier LC releases, I hadn't used the "Search" feature for a long time.The bug I was mentioning is not related to this subject though, it's something already approved by product mana...

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Generic Java objects in LC processes
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,in LC ES 2 there's still the old "object" type as part of WorkflowDSC but it's regarded as deprecated and existing only for backwards compatibility.While I understand that orchestrateable service operations should use either current LC types or define their own custom types mapped to Java classes/types, I'm wondering if there's a non-deprecated way of passing along basic Java objects/variables that are not matching any specific LC variable type and that do not match custom types declared i...

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General comments
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,I've worked at all the labs on Tuesday, and I'd like to provide some feedback before today's feedback call.I had hoped to spend less time on the labs, but in order to carefully follow all steps and provide feedback on the lab instructions I've actually spent the whole day (including the unavoidable emails and phone calls from colleagues, partners and customers).Honestly I must admit I've been quite impressed by the quality of the labs. I've found only a few typos and only a few relevant bu...

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Re: Exercise Guide: LiveCycle Guides Test Drive
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
I've already posted my annotations about this guide in another thread, by mistake. Since it's a small file anyway, I'm uploading it too. It's XFDF renamed as TXT.

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Re: Exercise Guide: Advanced Process Design Test Drive
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
I'm attaching my annotations to the guide as a XFDF renamed as TXT.

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Re: Guides lab - Hosted VM - New Hire Identifier
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Here are my annotations about this lab. It's an XFDF renamed as TXT to allow it to be attached.

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Re: Exercise Guide: Developing Applications Test Drive
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
I'm attaching my annotations as XFDF renamed as TXT because of the weird filter in this forum.

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Re: Exercise Guide: Next Generation RIA's in the Enterprise Test Drive
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
OK, I'm attaching a XFDF renamed as TXT, let's see if this forum software is as clever as our email filter...

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Re: Exercise Guide: Next Generation RIA's in the Enterprise Test Drive
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
I wanted to share my annotations about this lab but FDF and XFDF are not accepted....

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Re: Typo: Common Data Model Lab: Exercise 6
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
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It is actually already correct in the updated version at http://forums.adobe.com/thread/497974?tstart=0

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Re: Advanced process design lab: error on content service
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
The original image has the network set as "host only", and I think I remember it had a fixed IP address but I'm not 100% sure. Certainly I changed it to Bridged in VMWare and, internally, to get an address via DHCP before uploading it to the ESX server where I'm using it via Remote Desktop.The address anyway is certainly not set in any software configuration (like JBoss or mySQL) , it might just be the configuration of the (virtualized) Ethernet "hardware".

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Re: 64 bit compatibility
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Info about the migration to ESX are available at http://forums.adobe.com/message/2269668#2269668

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Re: ES2 Performance Tuning
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,I've completed the migration of the VMWare image to an ESX server in Milan.I've taken this opportunity to have a look at the detailed configuration of the guest machine and I've done the following changes:Added an additional 50 GB virtual hd to free up C: that had less than 20% space availableMoved the paging file, which was smaller than the suggested size for 4GB RAM, to the new diskMoved the GDS, the LC temp dir and the system temp dir to the new diskMoved mySQL's data files to the new d...

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Re: Intel Virtualization Technology
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
For detailed info about this subject see the links posted at http://forums.adobe.com/message/2262906#2262906

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Re: 64 bit compatibility
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
One update about VMWare ESX. In Milan we've enabled VT on our Intel Xeon E5345 and I'm currently uploading/converting the image to run it on ESX.I'll let you know the performance when it's ready.

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Re: WM Error
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Giovanni_Sarbia

Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Don't you have an ESX server in Paris? If you're anyway working together I'd suggest you to convert the image through VMW Converter and send it over to ESX. I'll try that in Milan later on this week when our IT guy will be available to sort out the server's BIOS.On my T61p with 4GB the image is barely usable, starting in 22 minutes.Best regards,Giovanni

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Re: WM Error
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Giovanni_Sarbia
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BTW, my 😧 drive is an internal drive that replaces the DVD reader/writer on the T61p. Maybe you're using a USB drive?

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Re: WM Error
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Your VMDK size is correct to the byte. I've tried now, for the first time, to run it from the disk 😧 on my T61p with Vista 64 and it starts with no errors. It's terribly slow, but it works.

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Re: WM Error
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
From message http://forums.adobe.com/message/2263951#2263951 it looks like Dan's using the image from a non-C drive. It sounds more like file corruption. What is the exact size of your vdmk file, in bytes?

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Re: ES2 Performance Tuning
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
FWIW, I also see sometimes the exceptions you're seeing, but they seem to be related to processes launched before the image was available to us. The startup time, in my case, is quite variable, from 8 mins to 15 mins, but so far I've done most test working at home where I can use my Mac Pro with 8 cores and 9 GB RAM, and therefore I usually have at least two VMW running at once. I reached the 8 mins running the image alone, 15 running it along with the standard "productivity" image (i.e. my curr...

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Re: VM Ware Image Startup Error
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,see also http://forums.adobe.com/message/2262906#2262906 for more details about BIOS settings.Best regards,Giovanni-----Giovanni SarbiaSenior Systems EngineerEnterprise and Developer SolutionsAdobe Systems Italia S.r.l.Tel.: +39 039655036 (VOIP: 85036)Mobile: +39 3480854502

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Re: 64 bit compatibility
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Giovanni_Sarbia
- Adobe LiveCycle
Hello,for more info about this subject you can read:http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1901http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-8978Fusion 2.0.5 on a Mac runs the image with no other effort beyond updating the VMWare tools once the guest OS is up and runningCurrently in Milan we're only fixing the BIOS of our hardware running VMWare ESX so that the image can be uploaded there as well.HTH.Best regards,Giovanni-----Giovanni SarbiaSenior Systems EngineerEnterprise and Developer SolutionsAdobe Systems Italia...

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