Category Archives: General Interest

Debugging Form Rendering Issues Related to XMLForm Native Process

Scenario: Often times we run into situations where form rendering or flattening (via Forms Service or Output Service) fails and server log shows a high level error message like – —— <Error> <com.adobe.formServer.PA.XMLFormAgentWrapper> <BEA-000000> <ALC-OUT-002-004: Unable to find service: XMLFormService, … Continue reading

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Configuring LiveCycle/ADEP for Profiling by YourKit

The YourKit Java Profiler has become the Java profiler of choice within many of Adobe’s ADEP engineering groups. Once it is downloaded, installed and configured, it is just a matter of editing the startup scripts of the J2EE appserver (Document … Continue reading

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Slides from Developer Best Practices Lab – Adobe MAX 2011

On Oct 2nd 2011 at Adobe MAX annual conference, we conducted a pre-conference lab (PL1380) focusing on Developer Best Practices. This lab covered topics like form design best practices (John Brinkman), server-side best practices (Jayan Kandathil), case studies from real … Continue reading

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How to Enable JBoss to Log HTTP Requests

Often times we run into scenarios where we want to see HTTP traffic received by JBoss. Typical scenarios are when you are debugging SSO problems. You want to see if correct HTTP headers are received by JBoss (LiveCycle User Manager, … Continue reading

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How to Invoke LiveCycle Forms from an Existing XDP Form in Acrobat/Reader or Browser Plugin and Get Another Form Rendered Back to the Client

Lately I have had a request from a customer of mine who wanted to modify existing XDP forms (ie. change a label or a field value) on the fly without going in LiveCycle Designer (ie. the procedure would imply costs … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Adobe Customer Experience Solutions

Adobe Customer Experience Solutions help create, manage, and deliver high-impact, personalized interactions that captivate customers and extend brand values across digital channels. Powered by the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform (ADEP), these solutions include rich enterprise applications and friendly user interfaces. … Continue reading

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Is it normal to have 2 files over 1GB in the Caching Folder of the LiveCycle Temporary Directory?

The answer is “YES” and here is why: Along which those two big files, there are numerous other file usually around 32mb each. Those were created by Gemfire to handle the caching and follow the predefined settings located in the … Continue reading

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Accessibility and Dynamic Forms

I’ve received a number of questions and seen a number of forum postings lately regarding accessibility and dynamic forms created by Designer or rendered through the Forms module.   Dynamic forms ARE accessible, but this is accomplished in a slight different way than … Continue reading

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Running LCM for IPV6 environment

When installing a Livecycle environment, one might need to set it up to rely on the IPV6 protocol (such as when using Weblogic 10.3.1 onwards). To configure the server, one need to launch the Livecycle Configuration Manager. When dealing with … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Repetitive “Failed job” Error Messages from the Quartz Scheduler

Issue: If you are using the SOAP port for any of your LiveCycle ES2 services, you may encounter an issue that causes repetitive “Failed job” error messages, originating from the Quartz scheduler. The message looks like below: ——– 12:30:03,375  INFO … Continue reading

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