We have proudly announced the release of LiveCycle ES4 last month and now it is now GA (available to general market via web and physical media)
Adobe LiveCycle ES4 extends the business processes to clients using smart phones or tablets.
Watch this five-minute video to check out the major new features available in LiveCycle ES4
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LiveCycle ES4 has two new modules – LiveCycle Forms Pro and LiveCycle Forms portal. An all-new PhoneGap based Mobile Workspace app is delivered with ES4.
There are loads of features that are included across the LiveCycle modules. These are new features and also some features which were delivered as CCRs on previous releases.
There are numerous additions to platform matrix. LiveCycle is now supported on AIX 7.1 and RHEL 6 in addition to the list of OSes that we already certified and supported till ES3. ES4 is certified on a new version of Oracle Weblogic application server (12.1.1 ) in addition to all the application servers and specific versions that were certified till ES3. Official support is added for lot of new LDAP servers. Chrome is now in the list of officially certified and supported browsers. Check the platform matrix for the full list.
The current version of LiveCycle provides a better ROI (than earlier versions of LiveCycle) to the existing and new customers.The customers who are on earlier LiveCycle releases can quickly contact support and plan for the upgrade.
LiveCycle Correspondence Management solution users often use text content from MS-Office applications like Word and Excel.
The text content can be copied from MS-Office applications and pasted to Rich Text Editor of Correspondence Management.
Currently the content copying is supported but any rich text formatting applied to the text in external applications like MS-Office applciations will not be retained.
If the user copies (to clipboard) below content from MS-Word
and pastes it in CM text content area of Rich Text editor , the text would appear like
Lot of customers are asking us to provide a functionality to copy paste content from MS-Office applications that supports copying of text content along with the formatting. This is currently on the roadmap but there are no fixed timelines when this feature would be available in the product.
LiveCycle Correspondence Management is certified on four different languages (English, French , German & Japanese)
Out-of-the-box deployment of Correspondence Management permits usage of characters of asset names to 0-9 A-Z & a-z via keyboard typing but any language characters can be used in description and comment properties and as part of actual text content as well.
A user can type the characters in description and comment but no in the Name field. An easy way to use such characters for asset names is to type it in description field , copy the word and paste it in Name field but in any customer environment if the organization wants the asset authors to allow usage of such characters for asset names the below steps can be followed to allow users type such characters for asset names.
Log on to CRXDE Lite http://<hostnameOrIPAddress>:<port>/crx/de/index.jsp as administrator
Navigate to content/cm/ and double-click tbxeditor-config.xml on left hand side panel
tbxeditor-config.xml file opens in edit mode on right hand side panel
search for customAssetNameCharset tag
Include the special characters that you would like the users to use for asset names, Eg. If you would like to allow users to use Ф in asset name , then include this character in tbxeditor-config.xml file and save it
In case there is a range of characters that you would like to allow, then specify starting charset and ending charset separated by a hyphen, similar to 0-9
Now the users are allowed to type new characters that are specified in tbxeditor-config.xml
This blog is just an extension to our online docs about this topic which is
available at click here
In case of any confusion or more questions feel free to post your query on LiveCycle community forums
First version of LiveCycle Correspondence Management solution was delivered along with LiveCycle ES2 service pack 2.
Based on the customer feedback and requirements from various existing and prospective customers lot of new features have been added and existing features have been improved in Correspondence Management solution.
If you are an existing customer of Correspondence Management but are on LiveCycle version earlier to ES3 , Here are the 20 reasons why you should consider upgrading to LiveCycle ES3 Correspondence Management.
If you are a LiveCycle ES or LiveCycle ES2 customer and considering to buy and implement Correspondence Management as well , Here are the same 20 reasons why you should consider upgrading LiveCycle as well in order to make use of latest Correspondence Management solution.
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