Restart Acrobat to view the Debugger console when using the Preferences option.
- From Designer, save the form as PDF, open it in Acrobat, and press CTRL+J to open the debugger.
If you are using Reader 7 you may want to disable the option “Keep forms data temporarily on disk“.
This prevents form data being cached on the local disk, which may pose data integrity/security risks to enterprise customers.
There are a few workarounds to disble this functionality:
1. create a registry key to disable the option automatically:
The location is [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\7.0\Originals].
Create the key named bCacheFormData.
Create a dword value of 00000000.
Close registry and relaunch Acrobat/Reader.
this.nocache = true;
This will only have an affect in the form context.
3. Your third option is to use the Web browser settings:
Set the preference “Do not save encrypted pages to disk” as checked.
Empty Temporary Internet Files Folder when browser is closed.
This setting has been disbled by default in Acrobat/Reader 8.0 and later versions.
You can use Web Folders to browse the appstore from FormManager, or to publish forms directly from Designer, however you may encounter problems trying to connect to it using the following URL:
You will need to apply this fix first to enable Web Folders on your system:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888123/en-us (Follow method 2)
Then follow these instructions to connect to the WebDAV server:
For XP and W3K:
1.) Navigate to My Network Places
2.) Select Add a network place
3.) Enter http://<server>:<port>/appstore/Forms
4.) When prompted enter the username and password of a user that has the roles of Adobe Administrative Console User and LiveCycle Form Manager Administrator.
5.) You will be prompted for the credentials once again then the add network wizard will display a panel letting you identify a name for the network place.
6.) Select Next
7.) Select the check box to open this connection and select finish.
8.) You have now a webdav connection to the root of the appstore and can publish forms directly to it.
You can then use this Network place directly from Designer to publish/edit forms in the appstore.