Take a look at the omd_domain table and look at the version for
workflow. I changed this value to 10.0 from 10.01 and tried the Upgrade
from ES3 and this worked for me. After you run the initialize database
task you should see this value get updated to 10.01 and the tb_task
table should be updated with the summary_url column. SELECT
id,version,description,create_time,update_time FROM adobeuser.omd_domain
WHERE id = 'workflow'
I was running into the exact same issue. I do have a call open with
support, but what I tried and seemed to work was selecting the Upgrade
from ADEP instead of ES3 and this was the only way I could get the
database to properly bootstrap and add the summary_url column.
This is actually a bug in LiveCycle. You will need to contact support to
get the quick fix for this. The issue is when a user has a process in
their favorites category then the categories will not display, as soon
as you remove the processes from the favorites category and then logout
and log back into worksapce everything should display correctly again.
In order to use an attachment variable in the Workspace startpoint you
need to set the variable as an Input Process variable. Once you do that
it should be displayed in the list under Attachment options.
I'm currently using Designer ES2 and I wanted to create a fragment. I
click on a subform and select create fragment. When the create fragment
dialog opens it asks for the fragment library to store the new fragment.
In the fragment library drop down I select Open Fragment Library which
opens the Browse for Fragment Library dialog and since I'm using
designer from workbench it displays all the current applications but for
some reason when ever I try and select a folder the OK button is always
This is a limitation in LiveCycle. The workaround I was given was to
setup groups in active directory and give them an email address. So when
a notification is being sent to the group the email will go to the
groups email and be handled by our exchange server and there is no
limitiation on the number of users in the group.
I did a validation of a few of the groups and each member of the group
has a valid email address, one group has 16 users and the other group
has 12 users, and all users are properly sync with our LDAP.
In LiveCycle ES 8.2 after a task has been assigned to a group all
members of that group are sent an email notification. I just noticed
that some of the groups I have setup have more then 10 users, and the
email notification is only going to the first 10 users in that group,
the others users are not receiving an email notification. Is there a
configuration setting that will alow me to change this limit to more
than 10 users or is this the default limit set by the system that can't