Hello, I am trying to create a workflow to send a Document of Record (DOR) to an FTP site. I know there is a process called "PUT Operation" in JEE Workbench. Is there a similar operation in Sites OSGI?
I'm currently working on a form that has a repeating subform and a button that the user clicks to Add or Remove the subform on the form. After the subform goes to the second content area page, it works fine. If the user adds another repeating subform that will force a third page the form will glitch and hide all the pre-existing repeated subforms and only show the two at the beginning of (page one) and as well as overlay on my page footer (below). I made sure all the parent subforms were set to "Flowed". Is there's something I would need to change so that this glitch doesn't happen and will continue onto the next content area?
I am working with Adobe Designer forms and Adobe Sign. Is it possible to add metadata to an Adobe Designer XDP and have the metadata show up as part of the final Adobe Sign signed agreement?
I was curious if the bug I described below was one you had encountered. We populate a table from a form data model according to the method from your documentation. It appears to work when we fill out the form, but the table on the document of record is empty. Trent recalled the issue coming up in one of the training sessions, but didn’t recall how it was resolved.
I recently followed the documentation to create a new AEM Author Server. What are the most important steps to take to secure my server?
The Submit Action for my adaptive form is set to Forms Portal Submit Action. I have also select Store data in forms portal. After I submit my form, where can I see my data? The Introduction to Adaptive Forms class says I can see the data in this CRX node: /content/forms/fp/username/submit/data/ But I do not see this node.
Do you have any examples of submitting from an HTML Rendering of an XDP? I reviewed the "HTML Forms with Designer" course but did not see any examples.
I created an adaptive form up in the Sandbox called Davids Value Commit Example. It shows that the value commit event fires programmatically without the user participation. Preview the form and you will see the value commit on the drop-down fires upon form initialization. David Zhang
How do we invalidate the cache when pages are updated and published? I am publishing new pages from my Author instances, but my web server is still serving up the old pages.
We published our adaptive forms but the images in the icons were missing. We can see the icon images in the Author instance and in the Publish instance, but they are not served up from the web server to the end user. Has anyone seen this before?
I missed a few of the Dispatcher courses so where should I start.
I am working on the Workbench courses in the JEE section. Should I use my company’s JEE server for these exercises or is there a SmartDoc JEE Sandbox?
Is there a list of modules and exercises recommended specifically for developers?
I just started with aemforms.training. I am a new learner. Is there a limit to how many questions I can ask?
We want to share the customer uploaded images etc. content across all the publisher instances within the publisher server farm. So no matter dispatcher dispatches to which instance, the content will be always there.
To achieve this, seems we have to use FileDataStore, and shared configuration.
The question is: how normally the industry to save the customer uploaded binary data(images, files) in a publisher server cluster(farm) environment? Anybody is using the FileDataStore and it works? How's the performance?