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Installing and Configuring LiveCycle ES3 Connector for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 for JBoss, MySQL, Windows

- Pankaj Gakhar, Software Engineer @ Adobe

The LiveCycle ES3 connector for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 contains two parts:-

  1. Document Services Component (DSC) which is installed on LiveCycle Server.
  2. Web Part that is installed on the SharePoint Server.

Installing Adobe LiveCycle ES3 Connector for Microsoft SharePoint DSC (Fresh Installation)

Install the LiveCycle ES3 server on your machine and follow the below steps to configure the SharePoint Connector:-

1. Move to the LiveCycle server installation directory and start the LiveCycle Configuration Manager (LCM). LCM is available at <LIVECYCLE_INSTALL_DIR>/configurationManager/bin/ConfigurationManager.exe or .bat.

2. If you are adding SharePoint to an existing LiveCycle ES3 Installation, please go to section Adding SharePoint Connector to an existing LiveCycle ES3 installation. If this is a fresh installation then, choose express mode of installation and on the Modulesscreen select the components that you want to install along with LiveCycle ES3 Connector for Microsoft SharePoint.

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LiveCycle ES3: CertificateException: Terminating SSL connection – The server is not trusted

- David McMahon, Senior Technical Account Manager @ Adobe

Issue

If you are using LiveCycle ES3 Digital Signatures to apply signatures to PDF documents using a timestamp (TSP) server you may encounter the following exception:

WARN  [com.adobe.livecycle.signatures.pki.client.PKIException] (http-0.0.0.0-8080-7) Exception from transport package   (in the operation : internalSendReceive)

Caused By: java.security.cert.CertificateException: Terminating SSL connection – The server is not trusted(Alerts.java174)

Caused By: Terminating SSL connection – The server is not trusted(PKISocketFactory.java255)

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LiveCycle ES3: PKIException: ALC-DSS-310-033 Invalid timestamp mime type

- David McMahon, Senior Technical Account Manager @ Adobe

Issue

If you are using LiveCycle ES3 Digital Signatures to sign PDF files using a timestamp server (TSP) you may encounter the following exception:

2012-06-22 06:48:31,608 WARN  [com.adobe.livecycle.signatures.pki.client.PKIException] (http-0.0.0.0-8080-7) ALC-DSS-310-033 Invalid timestamp mime type. (in the operation : createTimestamp)

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LiveCycle: JBoss stopped logging in server.log

- David McMahon, Senior Technical Account Manager @ Adobe

If you have installed LiveCycle in a JBoss application server the server activity will normally be logged in:

<JBOSS_HOME>server<profile>logserver.log

If the JBoss log is no longer logging activity you should check the following:

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Windows Service For TCP Locator

- Pankaj Parashar, Lead Software Engineer @ Adobe

In most Windows server environments, users want software running as Windows services that are configured to auto-start and auto-stop on Windows start and stop. So far the LiveCycle provided TCP Locator is started using startlocator.bat script on the Windows environment. There is no inbuilt mechanism to start TCP Locator as a Windows service. However, there are various free tools available for creating Windows service for Java Applications. YAJSW (Yet Another Java Service Wrapper) is one such tool that wraps a Java process and runs it as a Windows service. YAJSW is an LGPL licensed tool.

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JBoss Cluster Discarding Messages

- Pankaj Parashar, Lead Software Engineer @ Adobe

Sometimes while running LiveCycle on JBoss Cluster, you may see the following log messages appearing in server logs. WARN [org.jgroups.protocols.UDP] discarded message from different group “DefaultPartition” (our group is “LIVECYCLE-CLUSTER”). Sender was 10.56.78.90:54356

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Quick way to run multiple Jboss 5.x instances on single machine

- Santosh Tatke, Sr. Support Architect @ Adobe 

Use Case:

Often times one runs into use cases where you need to run multiple Jboss instances on same machine. E.g. If you are installing LiveCycle ES3 Correspondence Management solution. It needs two different app server instances for author and publish instance.

Obvious problem  you may run into is port conflicts. Known way of dealing with port conflicts is by manually changing Jboss config files.

Well, not anymore.

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Unable to Create new application in workbench

- Pankaj Gakhar, Software Engineer @ Adobe

You may receive the below error while creating an application in workbench:-

Failed to create application, please check if application name contains invalid string.

This is because the service provider has been changed to a value other thanRepositoryProviderService. Restore it back and you’ll be able to create applications in workbench.

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Adobe LiveCycle Forms Integration with SharePoint

- Pankaj Gakhar, Software Engineer @ Adobe

This post assumes that you have already installed LiveCycle server containing Forms and SharePoint Connector modules and also configured the web part for livecycle connector for sharepoint on the SharePoint server.

A sample livecycle archive adobe-formintegrationformssharepoint.lca is provided with Adobe LiveCycle Installation in the <LiveCycle_Install_DIR>/deploy folder. You can use this to see adobe livecycle forms integration with SharePoint server.

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Configure LiveCycle connector for EMC Documentum with Documentum 6.7 SP1

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