Hot off the press! New Quick Starts are available for configuring operations from the Forms and Reader Extensions services.
Click here to see the complete list of Quick Starts. Don’t know what Quick Starts are? Well, check out this previous entry.
A LiveCycle ES Evaluation Virtual Appliance is now available for download. It is essentially a VMware ESX-based virtual machine containing the operating system (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 64-bit SP2), a JDK (Sun HotSpot 1.5 64-bit), a J2EE application server (JBoss AS Community Edition 4.2), a database management system (MySQL Community Edition 5.0.26), and LiveCycle ES 8.2.1 SP1 evaluation version. You can learn more about the download here:
This is a great tool for developers and programmers to access a LiveCycle ES server without having to complete all the steps involved in a typical installation.
To use the Create Policy From Existing Policy operation (Rights Management service), you have to configure its’ Permissions properties. A user left a comment on the LiveCycle Workbench ES2 help to let us know that the information we provided for those properties was not very helpful. (Thanks again Rob.) Keep reading for a more robust treatment of the topic….
We recently published a cool Flash-based tool that centralizes information about LiveCycle ES2 services. For each service, the LiveCycle ES2 Service Information Catalogue provides links to different types of information:
- Overview content
- Reference information
- Task-based information for using LiveCycle ES2 tools
- Popular blogs
- Adobe forums
Services are organized in categories. Simply click through the hierarchy to find a service and then select the information you need.