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Amol Sahare
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Configuration Error while LiveCycle Rights Management integration with SharePoint

Aug 7, 2012 10:40 PM

Hi All,


        I am trying to configure LiveCycle Rights Management with Microsoft SharePoint. While Configure the LiveCycle server settings on the SharePoint site to enable SharePoint users to invoke LiveCycle processes from the SharePoint site.

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Kindly reply me...




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    Aug 7, 2012 11:08 PM   in reply to Amol Sahare

    Which version of LiveCycle you are on and Which version of sharepoint server you are configuring it with?


    What steps you have followed to install and activate the connector?

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    Aug 7, 2012 11:42 PM   in reply to Amol Sahare

    Can you please mention the steps in brief that you have followed? This will help me to identify the problem.


    Also, where exactly you are facing the problem. on "security with adobe policy" operation or on "invoke adobe livecycle process".

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    Aug 8, 2012 12:48 AM   in reply to Amol Sahare

    The steps you have followed look okay to me.


    Please check whether you have all the below files in your web application directory.



























    The error that you are getting "liveCycleSettings.pageTitle" key not found. This key is available in the AdobeLiveCycleConnector.resx file. This file and it's localized versions should be available inside your web application directory's App_GlobalResources folder. For example, C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\App_GlobalResources. These should have been copied there when you installed the connector.

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    Aug 14, 2012 3:59 AM   in reply to Amol Sahare

    No, this is fine. You are getting this message because you are on a Standalone sharepoint 2010 server, where usually the SharePoint Admin service is in stopped state. The next line "Executing job-application-server-admin-service" does what should have been done by sharepoint admin service if it was runnning. So, this is not the cause of your problem.


    Can you please try uninstalling the connector and then installing again.

    For uninstallation :

    1.) Deactivate the livecycle connector features from the site collection(s).

    2.) install.bat -uninstall

    3.) install.bat -retract

    4.) install.bat -delete


    For installation :

    1.) install.bat -create

    2.) install.bat -add

    3.) install.bat -deploy

    4.) install.bat -install

    5.) goto the site collection and activate the adobe livecycle connector features.


    Important : After every command please check to see whether the changes got updated. Run the command stsadm -o enumsolutions. You should get an xml output on the command prompt and make sure you don't see any tags like "<State>...</State>" in the output for your solution named "sharepointconnector.wsp", if you do , run the command again and wait until its gone, then run the next command.

    You can also run this command in a seperate terminal.

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    Aug 16, 2012 3:17 AM   in reply to Amol Sahare

    Can you just try to use some other browser? It might be some security issue also. I have seen the attached video and the steps you do are fine.

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