Posts tagged "LiveCycle"

Programmatically Interacting with LC ES 2 Task Manager

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In this session, Scott MacDonlad will walk through programmatically initiating tasks, terminating, retrieving current status, searching for, suspending, or finding associated processes.

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Creating Interactive Dashboard Applications using the LiveCycle Data Services Messaging Service

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A common use case for Flash Builder development is the creation of interactive dashboard applications that synchronize with backend data as well as provide real-time updates using the LiveCycle Data Services Messaging Service.

In this session we’ll discuss how you can create your own interactive dashboards with data from LiveCycle ES2 services with real-time messaging using LiveCycle Data Services.

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Load Testing Adobe LiveCycle ES2 Workspace with NeoLoad

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In this session we will show how NeoLoad can be used to load test applications which use the Adobe LiveCycle ES2 Workspace technology. We will show how to emulate the unique behavior of Workspace applications, therefore creating a realistic load test. We’ll go over the modules which deserialize binary protocols making it easy to create more dynamic requests using variables and extraction. Also, using the built-in monitors, we’ll show what to look for when identifying bottlenecks within your deployments.

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Invoking Web Services Using Custom Components with LiveCycle ES2

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Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US/Eastern

You can extend LiveCycle ES2 functionality by creating a custom component that invokes an external web service. That is, you can create a LiveCycle ES2 service that returns third-party web service data. The service can be used in business processes that you create using Workbench ES2. For example, assume that you create a business process for a government department that tracks weather information. You can create a LiveCycle ES2 service that invokes a third-party web service and returns weather information.

This session will demonstrate how to develop a custom component located in the LiveCycle ES2 service container that invokes a third-party web service.

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Creating Custom Components For Adobe LiveCycle ES2 ›

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Friday, June 25, 2010 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US/Eastern

With Adobe LiveCycle ES2, you have the ability to extend the product’s functionality using Java classes. This means that you can develop your own Java classes that act as operations within a LiveCycle ES2 workflow. Extending the LiveCycle product in this way enables you to add your own functionality, interact with your existing programs, and integrate with third-party applications. Once a component is deployed, the services contained within the component become LiveCycle services.

In this session we will introduce you to the basic environment around a custom Document Service Component (DSC) and to show how you can develop them yourself. We will then expand on the topic and demonstrate more advanced Java constructs (beans, enumerated types, etc.).

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