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LiveCycle ES2 Highlights – Property Sheet Enhacements

Seth Reilly

In Adobe LiveCycle ES2 the Workbench property sheets have been overhauled to simplify and streamline application creation. Here are a few examples:

Basic | All filter toggle
Most property sheets in ES2 now include two modes — Basic and All. Basic presents the most commonly used settings, while All will present you with all available settings for the service.
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Render PDF Form
The FormsService:renderPDFForm service has been greatly simplified, and thanks to the new asset picker there is no longer a need to hand type URIs. Here is the new service in Basic mode.
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Asset Picker
No longer a need to hand type URIs!
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Auto Discovery of Credential Alias Names
You no longer have to look at the adminui to determine the available aliases for Reader Extensions or Signing credentials. This feature applies to Apply Usage Rights, Sign Signature Field, Certify PDF & Certificate Encrypt PDF.
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Cheers,
_Seth

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Original article at http://livecycleapps.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/livecycle-es2-highlight-property-sheet-enhacements/.

Tutorial: Designing Interactive PDF Forms

- Drew Brazil

With LiveCycle Designer you can create interactive PDF forms. Interactive PDF forms are useful for gathering information from recipients who want to complete and submit the form online, as well as print a copy of the form.

Below is a link to a comprehensive tutorial written by Samartha Vashishtha, which explains how to create and distribute an interactive form. This tutorial discusses how to create the form, key consideration to keep in mind while creating the form, how to distribute the form, how to manage responses, and how to use scripting for conditional fields.

The tutorial also includes a link to a sample form, which you can view as you follow along.

For more information, see http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pcs/index.php?q=node/1879

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Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycledocs/2011/01/tutorial-designing-interactive-pdf-forms.html.

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