Know more at this blog by Jeff Stanier.
Arun Anantharaman, the Senior Vice President Adobe Digital Marketing Products, shares more about the 2014 plans, in this blog post.
Want to learn how to work with AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) Forms and Documents, powered by Adobe LiveCycle? Adobe TV has a great series that will get you up to speed in no time!
From Adobe TV:
“This video series introduces AEM forms and documents powered by LiveCycle. It demonstrates how to develop applications to capture and process information via forms, communicate with customers, and secure documents.”
Check it out here: Learning AEM Forms and Documents Powered by LiveCycle
With the upgrade of OS X to version 10.8 and above and xCode version to 5.0 onward, some build issues might come up with Adobe Mobile Workspace
To resolve this problem, we need to remove the weak library link flags from the Linking options.
For details about the issue and steps to fix it, see Adobe LiveCycle blog.
Users of Adobe LiveCycle quite regularly interact with PDF documents. Some examples are:
- Rendering customised documents for print purposes
- Creating PDF forms for on- and offline use to collect data for further processing
- Rendering pre-filled PDF forms to send out to customers/users for completion and physical signature etc.
In a lot of cases those PDF documents are what’s called an XFA-based PDF form/template. XFA is Adobe’s XML Forms Architecture and a proprietary technology to describe form information. I spare you the technical details, but essentially quite often those XFA-based forms get wrapped into a PDF document, this is done by rendering the XFA information over a PDF page background.
Read the issue and steps to fix it at this blog.
Read about what is included and find a purchase link in this blog post.
There are numerous end user or administrator user web UIs for LiveCycle Enterprise suite :
- Correspondence Management Solution
- Forms Manager
- Workspace (Flex & HTML)
- Reader Extensions
- Rights Management
- Process Reporting
An administrator works with many of these web UIs and it is little difficult for administrator to remember the URLs for all these applications and prior to ES4 SP1 there was no single place for a specific user to see what all LC applications that particular user has access to.Read the complete post at LiveCycle blog
Read the complete post at LiveCycle blog
The ‘DO-NOT-DELETE’ tracking tag that is added to the end of a reply-to-complete email should be hidden from end users if possible.
When an HTML email is sent, the ‘DO-NOT-DELETE’ tag can be easily hidden by using a CSS style sheet to hide that section of the email.
For a detailed explanation, see Khushwant Singh's blog post.
A common question relates to file size when creating PDF forms or any PDF documents. When using Adobe LiveCycle Designer and saving a form as PDF the fonts used are embedded by default in the PDF. This can cause quite heart stopping file sizes even with very simple forms. One way of making a smaller […]
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