@KCollins1 We have noticed such issues when an older version of the form
is opened with the latest Designer. Can you open the form's XML source
and remove the two lines below? The version mentioned below may differ,
Let me know if this doesn't
help, we will connect to discuss further.
@kamalakannank62 You need to open the form with the browser locale
changed to the actual language you're testing per se Japanese in this
case. Then you will find the Month name and Days Name show up in
localized language. Hope this helps!
@evat90040106 Seems to be a genuine use case, but if you have given edit
permissions to specific users on a few data models and others have read
permissions(assuming), then those users mightn't be able to leverage
those (other) data models at runtime even if all the data models are
visible at the time of configuration. You can check by removing the read
permission set for other data models for those users/group. Let me know
if this doesn't help.
@AztechSIgns As @workflowuser confirmed, the AEM Forms Designer
(previously Livecycle Designer) is not sold separately and is bundled
with AEM Forms product. If interested, please DM the company name, email
address, and callback number. We will share the details with Sales
directly for a quicker turnaround.
@ReluctantProgrammer Thanks for confirming! This PDF seems to be part of
the workflow that's why you're seeing this specific msg. I suggest you
reach out to Acrobat experts to check why this PDF is not being saved
@srujan1981 Here is a trick to get the custom component:- Create an
application and add the component reference option. Select the custom
component you need with the reference.- then export the application as
LCA and unzip the same.- You will get the component under the LCA, and
you just need to rename the file extension to .jar to get the file.
Thanks to Sudheer Anumalasetty for sharing these steps internally.
@ReluctantProgrammer I am able to replicate the case inhouse, but i
didn't get why do you want to extend the document? Please elaborate the
use-case. Distribute forms feature of Acrobat allow users to send the
PDF form to other users to collect responses on an internal server
(network folders or SharePoint servers). This document will give you
additional information on the feature.  -
@Puja12 Also, let me know if the set-up is a JEE-based installation. You
can render the letter as a PDF with the JEE workflows with the help of a
custom DSC. Please raise a support ticket for this request.