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LiveCycle ES3 – FileNet Connector for FileNet 5.0 – Documentation Clarification

Issue:

For LC ES3 – the “Preparing to Install Adobe LiveCycle ES3″ Guide – section 2.2.9 (Additional requirements for Connector for IBM FileNet) – for FileNet Connector configuration is unclear.

The section reads as below -

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IBM FileNet 5.0

If LiveCycle is connecting to IBM FileNet 5.0 Content Engine, you must install the Content Engine Java Client. Use the IBM FileNet 5.0 content engine client installer located by default in C:Program FilesFileNetCEClient. During installation, select at least one of the components from Application Engine or Process Engine on the component selection screen.

For IBM FileNet 5.0 Process Engine, you must install the IBM FileNet 5.0 Process Engine Client located by default in C:Program FilesFileNetBPMClient. During installation, select the Other option on the component selection screen.

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Questions:

The above text in red does not clearly answer the below questions:

- Does this mean that during the Java Client installation, the user needs to point to an existing Application Engine installation (which maybe be on a different server than LiveCycle)?

- Or does this mean that the Java Client has to be installed where the Application Engine resides (which it already is) and so this step can effectively be skipped?

- Or does this mean that another instance of Application Engine needs to be installed on the same server as LiveCycle?

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Read the complete post at Adobe LiveCycle Blog.

Updated Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform (ADEP) Help Content!

- Gilbert Yu

As part of our continuous effort to make the help content better for you, we have recently updated the following help:

  • New section for installing the Experience Server as a Windows service.
  • Update to describe how to obtain the Customer Experiences Solutions Quickstart.
  • New section for installing the Experience Server as a Windows service.
  • New section about the ADEP Client Component Framework.

NOTE: Be sure to update any cached local copies of the PDF versions you have on your computer.

Please continue to help us improve the ADEP help content by adding feedback at ADEP documentation site. We appreciate the comments you have provided so far!

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Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/ADEPhelp/2011/10/updated-adobe-digital-enterprise-platform-adep-help-content.html.

LiveCycle Workbench 9.5 now using the Adobe Community Help Client

- Gilbert Yu

New for LiveCycle Workbench 9.5 is the ability to provide you with the latest help dynamically in a manner similar to Adobe Flash Builder Help, which many of you already know and love! How? The Adobe Community Help Client (CHC), that’s how! The CHC is an AIR-based application that replaces the Eclipse Help engine for Workbench and is the platform for the next generation of Adobe Help delivery. CHC features include the following features:

  • Search-centricity : Uses Community Help search, adobe.com search, or local search. Community Help search aggregates resources, including those from 3rd party sites. The adobe.com search includes refinements to narrow your scope.
  • In-context navigation: Provides a dynamically generated set of related links for key pages.
  • In-context commenting: Provides immediate feedback on any page and displays any recent updates.
  • Always online: If you have a network connection, the CHC accesses content from the web to ensure that you have the most up-to-date content. However, you can also work in local mode if you have no Internet connection.

Now you are probably wondering, how do you work in local mode? Well, provided you have internet access, you can download a copy of the Help so that you can access the Help if your internet connection fails or if you are temporarily working behind a restricted firewall. To download a local copy of the Help, follow these steps:

  1. Start Workbench ES2.
  2. Select Help > Adobe LiveCycle Workbench Help. The Adobe Community Help Client starts and you do not get a prompt that asks to you download the help, continue to step 4. If you do, the help is downloaded after you click update and you should have a local copy when do not have internet access.
  3. In the Adobe Community Help Client, select Edit > Preferences.
  4. In the left pane, select Download Preferences.
  5. Select LiveCycle ES2.5. The LiveCycle Workbench 9.5 Help should be selected automatically as shown in the following illustration:
  6. In the left pane, select Local Content, select LiveCycle Workbench 9.5 Help, and click Update. After the update, your window should look like the following illustration:
  7. Click Done.

You now have a local copy of the Help! The next time you connect to the internet, the Help will be updated when a user selects starts the Workbench Help. If you do not have an internet connection, Workbench connects to the local copy.

Note: The PDF version is not available unless you are connected to the internet. If you want, you can save a local copy of the PDF version on your computer, when you have internet access.

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Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycledocs/2010/11/livecycle-workbench-now-using-the-adobe-community-help-client.html.

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