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connection problem with sharepoint livecycle

Sep 30, 2010 3:41 AM

Good morning
We write this email because we have problems relating to 'LiveCycleES2 integration with Sharepoint.
Both applications were installed on a 'single virtual machine running Windows Server 2008.
As a basis for the installation we have followed the following pdf

 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/38462381/Adobe-Connector-Forms-Share-Point-I nstall-Config

 

(view link)

 

in all its configurations, the problem arose
during the creation of services through the workbench as shown in this video: http://vimeo.com/9378807.

The process created is to fill out a form and then stored as a document. Pdf sharepoint static.

In creating the service, we stopped in the part for sharepoint or in connection with the component CreateDocument.

All  'component's internal process described above is the card properties in  the document library and information site where in site URL should load  the various sites created on sharepoint and all sub-sites which you can  not see.
Thanks for the 'attention, waiting for reply.

 
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    Sep 30, 2010 4:42 AM   in reply to noos76

    Hi,

     

    We'll need some more information from you in this regard like where exactly are you stuck at. What is the exception are you getting?

     

     

    Can you elaborate a little on the statement:-

     

    "All  'component's internal process described above is the card properties in  the document library and information site where in site URL should load  the various sites created on sharepoint and all sub-sites which you can  not see.

     

    Thanks for the 'attention, waiting for reply."

     

     
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    Sep 30, 2010 6:43 AM   in reply to noos76

    Some more queries on the behavior:-

     

    1. I can see you specified some Document Library in the field. Is this a case that earlier things were working but stopped in between?
    2. What you can try out is specify the SiteURL by yourself, in the format as http://serverName/SiteName (something similar that you use to access Sharepoint server through browser). Once done with that, invoke the process and let us know the error you get.
    3. You are trying out things with SharePoint 2007 or Sharepoint 2010?
    4. What is the IIS Authentication mode selected? That setting is available at Central Administration > Application Management > Authentication Providers > Edit Authentication in Sharepoint 2007. Can you attach a snapshot of LoginSettings in workbench along with the Authentication mode selected in Sharepoint for the website you are trying to access.
    5. Also, can you please attach the server and workbench logs? Are you using Jboss turnkey?  Default server logs directory in that case is <jboss\server\lc_turnkey\log> and that for workbench is C:\Documents and Settings\<Profile>\Workbench ES2\.metadata
     
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    Sep 30, 2010 11:10 AM   in reply to noos76

    Error indicates an authentication failure which actually makes my 4th point very valid.

     

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    4. What is the IIS Authentication mode selected? That setting is available at Central Administration > Application Management > Authentication Providers > Edit Authentication in Sharepoint 2007. Can you attach a snapshot of LoginSettings in workbench along with the Authentication mode selected in Sharepoint for the website you are trying to access.

    I did not understand

     

    In SharePoint Configuration Manager, you can configure the Authentication type  and Authentication mode SharePoint site should use. These could be either of Forms, Windows or Web Single Sign on and  Windows Authentication or  Basic Authentication. See snapshot for details:-

     

    Sharepoint.JPG

     

     

    2. Also I would ask you to double check the hint section of Username field in workbench. Specifically are you  following this:-

    User name to be used to connect with Microsoft SharePoint Server. In case of Windows local users or users configured using Forms Authentication on Sharepoint site only username needs to be provided. However, in case of domain users for Windows Authentication enabled sites, both domain name of the user and login name needs to be provided e.g. domainName\LoginName. Note: This field is only used when the Login Mode is set to 'Use User Credentials'

     

     

    3. What is the site that you trying to connect to ? Is it on the default 80 port or some other? Also can you paste in your hostname/username/domain settings here?

     
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