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Nigel_Pegg
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Re: For all recording/playback users : on 11/03/11, you need to upgrade your SDK - Adobe LiveCycle 03-11-2011
Hi All, I think I’ve just managed to prove Nigel’s Law. Which states : “If, at any time for a hosted service, you specify a release date publicly, that date will slip.” So, we encountered an issue building the latest SDK (it’s a really boring story, involving certificates, which I won’t get into). We’re not going to make any changes today, but what we’ll do is this : 1) a quick update to the SDK will come in the next few days. No service changes will occur at that point, so you won’t be required...

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Re: For all recording/playback users : on 11/03/11, you need to upgrade your SDK - Adobe LiveCycle 28-10-2011
Hi Alex,On 11/03/11 - a new LCCS SDK will be released Correct.On 11/03/11 - servers are upgraded Correct.users on LCCS 2.1.0 and below will NOT get their sessions recorded Incorrect. They will be able to record sessions.and will NOT be able to play them back. Partially correct – they’ll be able to play back any recording made prior to 11/03, but not ones after, without a recompile.Also won't be able to playback older sessions Incorrect. These should be fine. As to releasing early – would an earl...

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For all recording/playback users : on 11/10/11, you need to upgrade your SDK - Adobe LiveCycle 27-10-2011
Hi folks, I'm sorry to have to announce this, but we're in the process of making some upgrades to our service infrastructure (upgrading some FMSes, specifically, to address security), and it's going to have an unintended side-effect. In the FMS version we got, new method calls are being embedded in the FLVs we record, and there's no way to turn them off =(. This means that clients which try to play back those FLVs need to have code to catch those method calls, or an exception will be thrown. It'...

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Re: LCCS playback of large session recordings - Adobe LiveCycle 26-10-2011
Hi Davis, I'm including a basic app which will help you inspect messages in FLVs. Make an AIR project and include the files in this zip. From there, run the app and you should be able to select __StreamOffsets.flv, and it will tell you the relative start times of every stream in the recording. hope that helps - note, this code is provided AS IS, etc, etc, YMMV. nigel

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Re: Audio Quality - Adobe LiveCycle 25-10-2011
Hi Josh, Sorry, only Speex and Nellymoser are supported for live encoding. With Player 11, g.711 is also included, but this also uses phone-like voice compression (eliminating a lot of frequencies). Essentially, the live microphone for the Flash Player is optimized for voice rather than live music streaming. nigel

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Re: How to purchase LCCS? - Adobe LiveCycle 24-10-2011
Hi nwtreker, Adobe has never sold on-premise licenses for LCCS. We have had an agreement w/ ConnectSolutions whereby they could also provide hosting – this also wasn’t on-premise. If you’d like to discuss pricing models other than the PPU model we offer off-the-shelf, feel free to contact us at (product acronym)@adobe.com. As a caveat, we typically only discuss alternative pricing when there is upside for both parties. nigel

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Re: How to purchase LCCS? - Adobe LiveCycle 24-10-2011
Hi there, If the question is : “How can I purchase LCCS to bring it in-house”, the answer is that we don’t offer it that way – LCCS is, fundamentally, a hosted service, and we don’t plan to offer it for on-premise install. hope that helps nigel

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Re: Using the customFields in the user descriptor within an item renderer - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2011
Sorry, this is really confusing. You say you *are* seeing the event handler fire when you start up the app? And now, you're somehow causing the numeric stepper to trigger further setCustomUserField calls, but you're not seeing that fire events? How are you hooking up the stepper to the setCustom call? I don't see any code for that. nigel

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Re: Using the customFields in the user descriptor within an item renderer - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2011
Hi Ritu, So, you're saying you don't see a custom field change handler get fired? If that's the case, it's the code that's calling setCustomUserField which isn't working. Are you running this application with developer credentials? If you step into that code, do you see it succeeding in doing anything in the LCCS codebase? nigel

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Re: Using the customFields in the user descriptor within an item renderer - Adobe LiveCycle 18-10-2011
Hi Ritu, My guess in this case is that the data binding you're doing in the stepper doesn't work with objects 2-levels deep (data.customFields.score). Could you add an eventlistener to userManager for UserEvent.CUSTOM_FIELD_CHANGE, and see if your changes are actually being round-tripped to the service? What evidence do you have that the userCollection is being updated? I don't see anything in the code above (the trace there happens too soon to tell). If your changes are generating events, the n...

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