Santhosh,What Lee mentioned would be an Ideal approach here for your use
case else you will have to play a lot at scripting level. In case you
want to customize the radio button here is one great blog written some
time back:CSS3 Radio Buttons in Adaptive Forms
Nice.If this does what it says then this also fixes another issue that I
have:When my form is embedded on a site page the css from the rest of
the site is clashing with my form styles.Applying this reset on my form
would potentially solve that issue too.Thanks for sharing lesutton1 I
will test it out and update the answer if it works as expected.
Lee,I'm really grateful for your patient attempt to help me. I'm afraid
I don't know what "In the template that does the actual render of the
form" means. I am using a custom prefill service, which is written in
Java and packaged up in an OSGi bundle. The data to prefill the form are
returned from the getDataXMLForDataRef method defined in the
DataXMLProvider interface. The code you've provided looks like it's from
a JSP. Where would I put this JSP in CRX-DE Lite? Does it get called
before or af...
Filling from CRX is relatively easy using the dataRef
need to make sure your crx payload data matches the schema / mappings of
your adaptive form though.Adobe Experience Manager Help | Prefill
adaptive form fields
When implementing forms solutions we use the JCR purely as an
intermediary location for data we need to move around or reverse
replicate. If you are collecting PII inside your forms, you need to take
a direct to DB approach. Specifically the SubmitDataService. You can
implement custom code to ensure your data is sent to an encrypted data
source. This also makes reporting and extraction easier for the
enterprise. Adobe Experience Manager Help | Custom storage for drafts
and submissions component
(open a new question for anything else you need)You need to 'white list'
the domain you will be using to access this machine or what is referred
to as the referring URLs. In Administration Console, click Settings >
User Management > Configuration > Configure Allowed Referer URL’s. The
Allowed Referer list appears at the bottom of the page.To add an allowed
referer:Type a host name or IP address in the Allowed Referers box. To
add more than one allowed referer at a time, type each host name or IP...
Chris, if you take a look at the default templates, you should find a
good modal window example. It allows you to create an editable text are
on the form along with a button on the form that pops up the
instructions over / above the form. Alternatively, if you need
author-editable text inside your form, then you can add a parsys section
to the template of your form. That will allow you to have an author
editable area on the form that you can either use the editor for, or
will be stored as a crx ...
If you'd like to generate your DOR from the Adaptive Form, you still
need to use a template XDP. This will allow you to generate a document
of record from any of your adaptive forms.AEM 6.1 Forms Help | Generate
Document of Record for non-XFA adaptive forms If you'd like a more
custom view, you'll need to create the XDP using Designer.
Sobhan, if you're doing an in-place upgrade up to AEM then the assets
will be "moved" as part of the migration process (which is well
documented). There is no automatic conversion from one type to another
though. ie: Your XDP's won't become Adaptive Forms.Are you using
Workspace (/lc/ws) or task assignments? If not, then an in place upgrade
won't be necessary - performa new installation and bring your assets
over by using the standard LCA process.