Stefan Cameron on Forms
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LiveCycle Designer ES2 SP2 Now Available

For those of you who have the right licensing agreement, you can now download the LiveCycle ES2 Service Pack 2 patch which updates LiveCycle Designer ES2 to version as well as Workbench and LiveCycle as a whole if you have them installed.

Posted by Stefan Cameron on October 7th, 2010
Filed under Designer,LiveCycle

New Web Service Sample Form Posted

It was recently brought to my attention that the web service used by my sample form for my tutorial on connecting a form to a web service is no longer operational. Obviously, that makes the sample form much less useful so I have posted a second sample form that uses a different web service. If you have been struggling with the original sample, please have a look at the new one I posted in an update to the original post.

Posted by Stefan Cameron on September 2nd, 2010
Filed under Data Binding,Designer,Tutorials,XFA

LiveCycle Designer ES2 Service Pack 1

The LiveCycle ES2 SP1 update is now available and includes an update to LiveCycle Designer ES2.

Posted by Stefan Cameron on June 18th, 2010
Filed under Designer,LiveCycle

New LiveCycle Enterprise Cafe Knowledge Application

There is a new version of Adobe LiveCycle Café, renamed Adobe Enterprise Café, available for download. The new version lets you “aggregate content related to Adobe LiveCycle ES (Enterprise Suite), Acrobat, Connect, ColdFusion, and the Adobe Flash Platform in a timely and customized fashion.”

If you haven’t tried this out yet, it’s a great knowledge tool that lets you search across the entire Adobe Developer Community and Adobe DevNet resources, as well as get news updates, feeds, online training, events, etc., all in a single Adobe AIR application. You can even chat with other Adobe Developers who are online.

Posted by Stefan Cameron on June 10th, 2010
Filed under Acrobat,Designer,LiveCycle

Tech Talk on Database Connected Forms

Paul Guerette, a colleague of mine at Adobe, will be giving a “tech talk” eSeminar on connecting forms to databases over at on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, at 10am PST (1pm EST).

If you have been struggling with connecting a form to a database, are wanting to know what the best practices and/or security concerns are, or have some specific questions you would like to ask, I highly recommend you attend the session. It’s free to attend (and free to become a member in order to attend)!

I’ll be answering chat questions “live” as the session unfolds. I hope you can join us!

Posted by Stefan Cameron on March 10th, 2010
Filed under Acrobat,Data Binding,Designer,Scripting,Tutorials,XFA