Author Archives: Girish Bedekar

Rendering a Chart in Mobile Forms

Pre-Requisites to understand this article is experience with LiveCycle ES4- specially the new Mobile Forms and FormManager capabilities. If you would like to learn more on these topics please visit ES4 Mobile Forms for detailed documentation In this article we … Continue reading

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A lot of times you have a need to extract or import the data from Excel file into LiveCycle form in a programmatic manner. To accomplish this I have written a simple component. This component makes use of Apache POI … Continue reading

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Parsing Excel file

A lot of times you have a need to extract or import the data from Excel file into LiveCycle form in a programmatic manner. To accomplish this I have written a simple component. This component makes use of Apache POI … Continue reading

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Form Manager API

LiveCycle ES4 saw the (re)introduction of Form Manager. In simple terms Form Manager simplifies the process of managing forms. The official documentation for Form Manager can be found here Once you have your required forms in Form Manager, you can … Continue reading

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Task Summary Page

Workspace in LiveCycle ES4 now shows a new tab called the “Summary” tab. As the name indicates this tab can be used to summarize the current task details. By default the “Summary” tab does not have any content in it. … Continue reading

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LiveCycle Hidden Gems

LiveCycle team did a webinar on 5/15/2012. The webinar showcased 5 HiddenGems which can be used to accelerate your LiveCycle Application Development. The webinar covered the following topics: Using Events in LiveCycle Creating and using Data Models with WSDL and … Continue reading

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Exploring the powerfull features of Fire WS in livecycle workbench

Fire WS and Fire DS are two powerful features added in workbench. Using Fire WS you can now create a data model based on a WSDL and LC will then create a DSC (component) with corresponding service operations of the … Continue reading

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XDP Stitching using DDX

A common use case is to let the end user select various fragments to insert in the final PDF. The screen shot below would better explain what I mean by this. AS you can see this screen captures some user … Continue reading

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