If you are using LiveCycle RightsManagement ES2 SP2 (126.96.36.199) to apply policies to documents, and you have selected the option “Encrypt all document contents except metadata” in the policy, you will notice that the metadata is encrypted by mistake.
The option to omit the metadata from encryption can be configured when creating the policy as described below (Unchangeable Advanced Settings > Document Restrictions):
Read the complete post at David's blog.
This video tutorial shows how anyone can use LiveCycle ES Workbench to build a simple process with watched folders as endpoints to encrypt PDF documents. The watched folder configuration was done as it was suggested on the Google Livecycle Developers list.
Build a Livecycle Encryption Process using Watched Folders from Technoracle on Vimeo.
Original article at http://technoracle.blogspot.com/2011/02/build-livecycle-encryption-process.html.
– Seth Reilly
LiveCycle ES2 now supports electronic signatures in Workspace (in addition to digital/PKI based signatures). The eSignature solution leverages the following features:
Ability to Route Arbitrary Content
Now you can route a flat pdf, .jpeg, .gif etc… for approval (basically anything that can be displayed in a web browser).
A Workspace mode specifically designed and tailored for approval processes.
Gives the LiveCycle developer full control over the buttons presented in the Workspace Chrome, and the order in which they appear. Also provides tighter integration with process routing via Destinations.
Approval Confirmation Dialog
Allows you to present a confirmation dialog with a custom EULA and inform the user that this is a binding agreement. To get this option in Workbench simply double click a defined User Action.
IP Address Auditing
The ip address of the signer/approver is captured in the output of the Assign Task & Multiple Assign Task operations. This can be used to build an audit log.
Original article at http://livecycleapps.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/livecycle-es2-highlights-electronic-signature-solution/.