Archive for February, 2010

Updates to the install documentation

We updated the Installing and Deploying LiveCycle ES2 for JBoss (Single Server) guide recently to capture how to configure the JBoss Application Server to run as a service on Windows Server 2003 and 2008. While free tools to achieve this for 32-bit Windows/Java environments have existed for a while, you can now use the JBoss Web Native Connector for both 32-bit- and 64-bit environments.

We also updated the Prepare to Install/Upgrade LiveCycle ES2 documentation. The revised guides now explicitly mention support for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 4.3, besides JBoss 4.2.0 and 4.2.1.

You can download the latest PDFs from the LiveCycle Developer Center.

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Creating an optional section in an interactive PDF form

LiveCycle Designer ES2 introduced the Action Builder feature. Using Action Builder, you can create interactive capabilities in PDF forms, even if you don’t know how to write scripts.

One of the most common uses of Action Builder is to create an optional section in an interactive PDF form, which appears in the form only when the form filler selects a related option.

For more information, see LiveCycle Designer ES2: Create an optional section in an interactive form

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New admin guide for Content Services ES2 is live

The Administering LiveCycle Content Services ES2 guide is now available. The guide discusses the following administration activities, besides others:

  • Configuring the inbound and outbound email service
  • Monitoring Content Services ES2 using the Java Management Extension (JMX)
  • Estimating how many servers to use for running Content Services ES2

View this new guide here.

Also check out the following related Help:

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Flash, HTML, and devices

Recently, there has been a lot of buzz about Flash, HTML, and new hardware devices. In response, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch speaks about these topics on Adobe Featured Blogs. Adobe Featured Blogs is the place to go for anyone interested in what’s going on at Adobe.

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