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Re: Assemble Documents with READ_ONLY permissions set - Adobe LiveCycle 17-12-2009
You cannot assemble multiple protected PDF documents into a simple PDF document unless you have the source documents' passwords. But you can assemble those protected PDF documents into a PDF package. When Assembler creates a PDF package, it doesn't open the package files so it doesn't need the password.The following DDX expression creates a PDF package with a cover page(single1) and 2 package files. Those package files can be protected. If single1 is protected, you have to provide its password. ...

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Re: Using Assembler to extract links from a file contained in a package - Adobe LiveCycle 27-10-2009
You're right; Acrobat can create links between docs in a package. I learned something from you.I don't know why the GOTOE actions would be missing. Kathy

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Re: Using Assembler to extract links from a file contained in a package - Adobe LiveCycle 26-10-2009
You mentioned that The file has links to other files in the package. How did those links get there? Were those links originally between PDF files in a relative folder structure? Then you put those PDF files into the PDF package?Unfortunately, Acrobat 9 does not support hypertext linking between files in a PDF package.You mentioned your lack of success getting the links from the second file in the PDF package. In your PackageFiles result element, you can specify the name of the file you want, but...

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Re: Java Script for Add/ Remove Button - Adobe LiveCycle 14-10-2009
To Resveratrol,I'm not familiar with the innerHTML object. But searching for LiveCycle and innerHTML yields some interesting results. In particular, this article looks fruitful:http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/smartdoc_dotnet.htmlYou may also wish to start a separate Adobe Forum discussion on this issue. Make sure you place your query in the forum for your version of LiveCycle. This forum is for older versions.Kathy

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Re: Java Script for Add/ Remove Button - Adobe LiveCycle 14-10-2009
Oops. Those URLs weren't very helpful. Here are more specific paths.Using LiveCycle Designer ES > Working with Form Designs > Working with forms that have a flowable layout > Creating interactive forms that have a flowable layout > To add and remove tables and table rows by using scriptingBTW, the content at the above path erroneously shows the removeInstance parameter as "true". It is actually an integer.Table1.Row1.instanceManager.removeInstance(true);Using LiveCycle Designer ES > Working with...

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Re: PDF to Word - Adobe LiveCycle 13-10-2009
Here are a few clarifications. Hodmi is right that the ExportPDF2() method (or the ExportPDF2 operation) can convert PDF to Doc, but it is supported only when LiveCycle is installed on Windows. This method uses Acrobat to perform the conversion. It doesn't use Microsoft Word or OpenOffice.

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Re: Java Script for Add/ Remove Button - Adobe LiveCycle 13-10-2009
Edigo,I've attached a PDF that adds JavaScript to your buttons. I'm unable to verify that this form works with LiveCycle 7.2 because I'm on a later version. But it demonstrates how to use the instance manager to add and remove table rows.Here are the other changes I made to your form:Changed the rows to be different instances of the same row. That change lets us use the instance manager to access the rows like entries in an array. In the Binding dialog, changed the second rows to have a Min Coun...

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Re: Dynamicaly incorporate a picture in the PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 12-10-2009
LiveCycle Designer lets you create XML form templates with image fields. These image fields can be bound to an external data source or they can be scripted.Here is a link to the Designer documentation:http://livedocs.adobe.com/livecycle/8.2/wb_designer/wwhelp/wwhimpl/js/html/wwhelp.htmGo to Using LiveCycle Designer ES > Working with Objects > Using objects > Using image fields > Overview of image fieldsAnd here is a link to the Services Guide, which contains a chapter on the Forms service. This ...

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Re: DisAssembling a PDF based on a text string on the page - Adobe LiveCycle 07-10-2009
You've posed an interesting problem. Here is one approach that requires you to create a few steps to your Workbench process.Invoke the Assemble service with a DDX that extracts text information from the original PDFInvoke the XSLT service to convert the extracted text info into a Bookmark file. Invoke the Assembler with a two-part DDX with imports the Bookmark file into the original PDF and then uses the added bookmarks to disassemble the PDF.Invoke the Assemble service with a DDX that extracts ...

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Re: Send a map of documents via Invoke Web Service - Adobe LiveCycle 07-10-2009
The document Scott pointed out should be helpful.

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