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XFA-based PDF forms on Firefox 19

With the release of Firefox 19, Mozilla introduced a built-in PDF viewer. However, the XFA-based PDF forms do not open in the PDF viewer, by default. To open these forms using Firefox 19, you’d need to configure Firefox to open … Continue reading

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How to resolve message “Invalid version: The current version of the XFA template model exceeds the capability of Acrobat/Reader” in your server log

In many cases, you will see messages like “ALC-XTG-029-487: [3472] Invalid version: The current version of the XFA template model exceeds the capability of Acrobat / Adobe Reader 9.0″ in your server log file on each render of your form … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Missing xfasubset.js Error in ADEP Forms

If you try to render an XFA form as HTML, chances are that you will encounter the following error: ERROR [com.adobe.livecycle.formsservice.exception.FormServerException] (http-0.0.0.0-8080-97) ALC-FRM-001-006: URI not found: /scripts/xfasubset.js Cause: \scripts\xfasubset.js (The system cannot find the path specified) xfasubset.js is a BLOB … Continue reading

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How to Invoke LiveCycle Forms from an Existing XDP Form in Acrobat/Reader or Browser Plugin and Get Another Form Rendered Back to the Client

Lately I have had a request from a customer of mine who wanted to modify existing XDP forms (ie. change a label or a field value) on the fly without going in LiveCycle Designer (ie. the procedure would imply costs … Continue reading

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LiveCycle ES2 Form Stitching

Adobe’s John Brinkman has published a couple of detailed blog entries on form stitching and nested master pages on his FormFeed blog.

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Native C++ Components of LiveCycle

LiveCycle is not a pure Java application. It has had C++ components since the first version but some have been re-written in Java (PDFMM, for example). In ES, ES2 and ES2.5, XMLForm is the main C++ component. It is used … Continue reading

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