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Adobe Reader Mobile and XFA forms from LiveCycle Designer

As the world becomes increasingly more mobile, we hear a lot of questions about dynamic PDF forms created in the LiveCycle Designer and mobile devices. These forms use an underlying XML structure called XFA (XML Forms Architecture). Why should you re-purpose XFA forms created using LiveCycle Designer to create the next-generation mobile experience using AEM forms? Read this blog postto know.

Customizing LiveCycle Workspace to suppress a message notification

In LiveCycle Workspace, there are various notifications that are logged according to the operation performed. But sometime there could be a need to suppress a particular message (as happened in one of our customer scenario).

Read the complete post at LiveCycle blog

Converting HTML pages to PDF containing Middle-Eastern and Indic characters with LiveCycle ES4

When you convert a file that contains characters of Middle-Eastern or Indic languages to a PDF document, the characters of Middle-Eastern and Indic languages does not appear in the output document. To convert the documents that contain characters of Middle-Eastern or Indic languages to a PDF document, use Adobe Acrobat WebCapture.

To know more, read Sudhanshu Singh's blog post on the LiveCycle blog.

LiveCycle PDF Generator ES4 SP1 provides Quick-Fix patch to take the advantage of Microsoft Windows hotfix 2815716

Microsoft released hotfix 2815716 to resolve the issue which restricted different users running in a single session (using runas command) to print from 32 bit applications. This restriction earlier forced the users to end the Splwow64.exe process manually before using the runas command to print from a 32-bit program with different user account in a single session.

This restriction required LiveCycle PDF Generator service to terminate splwow64.exe before Microsoft Office and other native conversions could be executed (though this termination was not done in case it was known that non-availability of Splwow64.exe would not cause a failure).

To know more about this development and its impact on LiveCycle, read Sudhanshu Singh's blog post.

Rendering a Chart in Mobile Forms

In this article we will use JQPlot charting capabilities to draw a pie chart.To Learn more about JQPlot- click here The charts data will be coming from the table which is designed using the LiveCycle Designer. We will also be exploring the FormBridge API’s to access the Table’s data to feed into the JQPlot chart.

Read the complete post here.

Adobe LiveCycle Blog 2013-06-24 22:11:48

A lot of times you have a need to extract or import the data from Excel file into LiveCycle form in a programmatic manner. To accomplish this I have written a simple component. This component makes use of Apache POI classes to extract data from the Excel file. The sample component is not generic for all Excel files, but it was written for extracting data from a specific Excel file. With little modifications you can get this code to work with any Excel file. The code creates a map of xml documents where each xml document corresponds to a row in the excel document. You can deploy this component using workbench and use it as part of your process.

For the instructions, read this blog post.

Form Manager API

LiveCycle ES4 saw the (re)introduction of Form Manager. In simple terms Form Manager simplifies the process of managing forms. The official documentation for Form Manager can be found here. Once you have your required forms in Form Manager, you can start to build and manage Forms Portal.

To know about both the ways to build forms portal, read the complete post here.

Task Summary Page

Workspace in LiveCycle ES4 now shows a new tab called the “Summary” tab. As the name indicates this tab can be used to summarize the current task details. By default the “Summary” tab does not have any content in it. The process developer can create the content of the “Summary” tab. In general it is used to show some extra information related to the current task- such as Task Summary or display the driving directions specific to the address mentioned in the task.

Read the complete post here .

Understanding reader extensions licensing

We get many questions about reader extensions. That’s not surprising really because there are numerous ways to use reader extensions in an enterprise capacity as well as in a work group or consumer type of way. We also get many questions about the aspects of licensing reader extensions based on the fact that reader extended forms can be created from our Acrobat family of products as well as our LiveCycle family of products. The licensing programs for Acrobat and LiveCycle are designed to serve different uses and organizational needs. They scale from desktop use to enterprise levels

Get to know the licensing model here.

LiveCycle Mobile Forms: bringing all the capabilities of XFA-based forms in HTML5

Browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently started to provide their own PDF viewers to display PDF documents. These native PDF viewers usually do not match the full capabilities provided by Adobe Reader.

Read the complete post here.
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