This blog post is part of the series on customizing the Adobe Integrated Content Review solution.
If you’re working with just the Flex project that ships with Integrated Content Review, you may find it convenient to update the campaign portal SWF directly without redeploying the entire package (template-integratedcontentreview-pkg.zip).
You can generate the SWF in one of the following ways:
- Clean the solution interface project from within Flash Builder:
- In Flash Builder, select Project > Clean. The contents of the default project output folder—ICR_SOURCE\integratedcontentreview[CampaignPortal]\bin-debug—are updated.
- Rename the ICR.swf file in this folder to campaign_portal.swf.
- Run build.xml:
- Run the build.xml in the ICR_SOURCE\integratedcontentreview[CampaignPortal] folder. The contents of the ICR_SOURCE\integratedcontentreview[CampaignPortal] folder, which includes campaign_portal.swf, are updated.
Once you have the campaign_portal.swf file available, follow these steps to update it in CRX:
- Navigate to http://localhost:4502/crx/index.jsp and log in using admin credentials.
- Click Content Loader.
- Click Browse and select /content/icr.
- Click Choose File and select the campaign_portal.swf file that you just generated.
- Click Import.
This is the first blog post in the series on customizing the Adobe Integrated Content Review solution.
The Integrated Content Review solution ships with a solution interface and building blocks that you can customize as per your organization’s requirements. Before you set out to customize these components, you must first set up your development environment. Setting up the ICR development environment involves the following broad steps:
- Set up prerequisites
- Locate the solution interface and required dependencies
- Understand available projects
- Set up available projects in Flash Builder
- Set up Java projects in Eclipse
- Build and deploy the solution interface
For detailed information about each of these steps, refer to this PDF document (download).
Watch out this space for more customization scenarios for ICR!
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.