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Below are some simple steps to give a remoting call to LCDS server.
1) create a Flex-LCDS project, refer link: http://harpreetsingh2602.wordpress.com/2012/03/11/create-combined-flex-and-java-project-4/.
2) write the remote object tag defining the destination in the mxml file.
3) write a java class and create a method to return any string.
3) create a button in the mxml file and on its click handler call the method of your java class.
4) Define the destination in the remoting-config.xml file and keep the services-config file as default. We will use the my-amf channel.
Download the code from here: RemoteExample. Convert .doc to .zip after download.
- Ameeth Palla, Technical Account Manager, Adobe
A topic that has come up several times in the recent past is about testing Adobe LiveCycle Workspace. I thought it will be useful to provide some information around this for the benefit of a larger LC community.
If the objective is Load testing, in-house Adobe uses a commercial tool call Silk Performer which can capture and replay the AMF3 interactions between Workspace and the server for scalable load generation. There are other tools that work with AMF3.Some people have asked if QTP can be used for load testing – It is unlikely that QTP is a good fit, since it is not suited to scalable load generation.
Adobe recommends using Silk Performer or Neotys Neload for load testing of Workspace. Check out the links below that may provide more insight into this topic:
If the objective is Functional testing then Workspace is configured for QTP testing out of the box. If you install QTP, restart your computer, then install the Flex plug-in for QTP, restart your computer then you can start automating your Workspace tests. However for QTP automation you should use the Workspace automation URL rather than the default URL. So rather than http://server:port/Workspace/Main.html you would use http://server:port/Workspace/Main-auto.html.
Read the complete post at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2012/03/testing-livecycle-workspace.html.
Adobe LiveCycle ES3 includes a FIPS 140 Certified RSA BSAFE Crypto-J 3.5 (cert#590) encryption module. FIPS mode is configured in the product installer.
Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2012/03/fips-validation-certificate-for-livecycle-es3.html.
- Juergen Hauser, Sr. Product Manager – LiveCycle Data Services
Read the complete post at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2011/12/livecycle-data-services-for-java-ee-4-6-now-available.html.
- Dave Welch, Senior Director – LiveCycle
We are pleased to announce the release of Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3 (ES3). LiveCycle ES3 contains the document and data services capabilities, including electronic forms and business processes, which were formerly part of the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform (ADEP), a brand that is being retired.
The new LiveCycle ES3 release incorporates:
- Document services capabilities available with ADEP and the recent ADEP Document Services service pack 1
- LiveCycle Data Services 4.6.1
- Updates to LiveCycle Connectors for Microsoft® SharePoint® and IBM® FileNet
LiveCycle offers a number of components that help extend the value of existing back-end systems by better engaging users, streamlining processes, managing correspondence, and strengthening security.
Read the complete post at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2012/03/livecycle-es-3-release-now-available.html.
On Friday Uberity Technology Corporation launched a free and open source code Adobe LiveCycle ES SMS module that allows LiveCycle Services and Processes to integrate SMS messaging into the process flow.
The SMS module was written by Matt MacKenzie using the Twilio SMS service. To make it work, you can download the source from Uberity, read the instructions, get an account from Twilio and you’re good to go.
GitHub Project - https://github.com/uberity/uberity-lc-twilio
Twilio Account Setup - http://www.twilio.com/
Uberity LiveCycle ES Blog - http://blog.uberity.com/2012/02/extending-adobe-livecycle-es-to-use-sms-in-business-processes/
The Cookbook homepage is here: http://cookbooks.adobe.com/livecycle. Check out the available recipes and contribute your own.
Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/samartha/2012/03/toggling-between-two-fields-in-a-dynamic-form.html.
Moderator’s note: Although this blog post is not specific to LiveCycle, the Adobe enterprise community will likely find it useful. We’re taking the liberty of sharing it (with due thanks to Holly Schinsky).
There have been a lot of questions about the viability and future of Flex recently, and Adobe has published an official whitepaper today detailing their support for Flex going forward. The paper also contains details regarding Flash runtime support, Flash Builder support and other Apache contributions including the Falcon compiler. I believe the paper is a must read and can be found HERE.
Original article at http://devgirl.org/2012/02/15/future-of-flex-whitepaper-from-adobe/.
When I see value though, I want to point it out. MEAP is one of those rare acronyms that seems to be vastly underestimated by the majority of the industry. The term itself seems to have come from Analyst firm Gartner in a paper published in April 2011 (Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms, Michael J. King, William Clark). I believe I read somewhere that Gartner believes over 95% of the technology industry will use some form of MEAP by 2012. When I try to research this topic on Google, very little information comes up. Regardless of the title, let’s explore what a MEAP is and what it does.
In their paper, “The rule of three” is used as a quantifier for identifying when this functionality might be of interest. Quoting from Gartner (via Wikipedia):
The Rule of Three refers to a concept developed by analyst firm Gartner, whereby companies are encouraged to consider the MEAP approach to mobility when they need their mobile solutions to:
- Support three or more mobile applications
- Support three or more mobile operating systems (OS)
- Integrate with at least three back-end data sources
According to Gartner, using a common mobility platform, like a MEAP, brings considerable savings and strategic advantages in this situation.
Read the full article at http://technoracle.blogspot.com/2012/02/understanding-meap-mobile-enterprise.html.
If you are using LiveCycle Output to generate PDF documents using XDP files as input, you may encounter the following exception and no PDF will be returned:
0000012a XMLFormAgentW E com.adobe.livecycle.formsservice.logging.FormsLogger logMessage ALC-OUT-002-017: mid,tid: 29435,23593162.1 sev: f text: Failure to automatically determine column '8' width. 0000012a FormServerExc E com.adobe.livecycle.formsservice.logging.FormsLogger logMessage ALC-OUT-002-013: XMLFormFactory, PAexecute failure: "(com.adobe.document.xmlform.ReturnStatus@39133913) Failure to automatically determine column '5' width."
If you load the same XDP file in Designer ES2 and goto PDF Preview, you may notice the same message as a warning in the log, but the PDF will be correctly rendered and displayed:
Failure to automatically determine column '5' width