The Integrated Content Review solution enables enterprises to streamline the planning, creation, review, approval, and archiving of assets used in digital marketing campaigns. The solution includes a solution interface and the Adobe Creative Suite Task List Extension for Integrated Content Review.
Using the solution interface, you can manage assets through creation, review, and approval workflows. The Creative Suite Task List extension lets creative professionals submit artifacts for review and receive comments and approval from right within Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
The infographic below captures the ICR workflow and user scenarios, together with the roles/personas involved at each step. (Click the image to view it full-size).
For descriptions of ICR roles/personas and user scenarios, see this chapter in the Integrated Content Review 10.0 Solution Guide.
For further information, you can refer to the following resources:
For a list of Quick Fixes available for Adobe LiveCycle ES2, ES2 SP1, ES2 SP2, and ES2.5, refer to this knowledgebase article. The Quick Fix list is categorized by version and LiveCycle components.
Once you’ve identified a Quick Fix that you want to apply, please get in touch with Adobe Enterprise Support for further details.
Marcel van Espen, over at the Dr Flex and Dr LiveCycle blog, explains how you can create a LiveCycle process to access custom Office properties. His blog post also includes a useful example.
“Within LiveCycle Workbench ES, one of the services in the common category that you can use is ‘Export XMP’. This service will extract all the available metadata from a PDF document. If you have converted a MS-Office document to a PDF document, you will be surprised what metadata is also converted. All these properties now become accessible.”
Read the complete post here.
In a community blog post, Marcel van Espen from the Adobe presales team demonstrates how you can use LiveCycle and AIR to build a Twitter solution for your organization.
… you can use LiveCycle to build a process and an AIR application to publish tweets to a corporate Twitter account, where you have control on what’s published or not. Part 1 focuses on building the client with Flash Builder 4 with the LC Service Discovery plugin. In part 2 you will see how to archive all tweets in a PDF/A format within LiveCycle Content Services.
When the storeContent operation for Content Services 9 is invoked with more than 30 threads, the WebSphere application server may stop responding.
Follow these steps to resolve the issue:
- In WebSphere Administrative Console, click Servers > Server Types > WebSphere application servers and then click a server name.
- In the right pane, click Thread pools under Additional Properties.
- Click WebContainer and, on the Configuration page, increase the value of the Maximum Size field by double the number of threads that you need to run. For example, increase the value of the Maximum Size field by 80 if you want to run 40 threads.
- Click Apply or OK.
- Click Save directly to the master configuration.
- Restart the WebSphere application server.
Jayan Kandathil has posted a really useful troubleshooting protocol for PDF Generator ES2 at the LiveCycle Product Blog. Here are the questions that Jayan suggests you consider while troubleshooting PDFG issues:
- Is the operating system Windows?
- Is the hardware sufficient?
- Is the memory sufficient?
- Is Microsoft Office installed (Windows only)?
- Did you start Microsoft Office applications after the install and dismiss all dialogs?
- Is Adobe Acrobat Professional 9 installed (Windows only)?
- Is OpenOffice.org installed (Linux or Solaris only)?
- Is the ‘Print Spooler’ service running?
- Is the ‘Adobe PDF’ printer set as the default printer?
- Did you start Acrobat Professional after the install and dismiss all dialogs?
- Which Windows user’s credentials is PDF Generator running with?
- Does the PDFGen.api file exist in the \Acrobat\plug_ins\ folder?
- Is the System Readiness Tool happy?
For the complete blog post, visit this URL.
Here are a few new LiveCycle TechNotes that were published recently:
- This TechNote describes how you can synchronize Tivoli dynamic LDAP groups with User Management ES/ES2.
- This TechNote may help if you’re observing Process Management ES2 throughput issues for Oracle.
- When an XDP form with relative references to images is rendered as an interactive PDF form through LiveCycle, and passed to the Output service for flattening or to the Assembler service for conversion to a PDF/A document, you may observe loss of images in the generated output. This TechNote lists a couple of workarounds for the issue.
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