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LiveCycle SharePoint Connector option convert to pdf is not available on .xml or .aspx pages

Users keep facing the issue that the LiveCycle SharePoint connector options are not available on certain type of files like xml and aspx.

Solution:

To enable convert to pdf option for xml, aspx or any other type of documents (which are supported by LiveCycle PDF Generator component), you can follow the below steps:-

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Read the complete post at Adobe LiveCycle Blog.

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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Read the complete post at Adobe LiveCycle Blog.

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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LiveCycle ES2 Connector for Microsoft SharePoint – Upload Large File sizes

- Abhijit Ghosh, LiveCycle TRT Engineer @ Adobe

We were recently working on a customer scenario who was facing issues with uploading documents greater than 50 MB on the Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010. There are a couple of things that one needs to keep in mind when dealing with large file sizes.

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Read the complete post at Adobe LiveCycle Blog.

LiveCycle ES2 integrated with MS Sharepoint Server 2007

Marcel Van Espen

Very soon a connector for MS Sharepoint Server will be released. This offers bi-directional integration options to either connect to Sharepoint from a LiveCycle process, or to connect to a LiveCycle service from a Sharepoint document/folder.

I have recorded a demonstration that shows you how to store the result of a forms process in LiveCycle in a Sharepoint folder. I have used a very simple holiday request form that is filled in from the LiveCycle Workspace. After filling it in a static PDF is generated using the Output service and the result is stored into Sharepoint using one of the standard services. Check out the recording on http://www.vimeo.com/9378807

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Original article at http://www.drflex.eu/2010/02/livecycle-es2-integrated-with-ms-sharepoint-server-2007/.

Extending PDF support within Microsoft SharePoint

I’m seeing a lot of organisations adopt Microsoft’s SharePoint server lately and one common discussion point is around PDF workflows and how to support functions such as Check In / Check out etc. For those users out there, you’ll be please to know that Adobe has quite a few new ways for you to extend your SharePoint workflows into [...]

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Original article at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MarkSzulcsBlog/~3/68eLN7kHFy8/.

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