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Invalid version: InstanceManager does not have property...

Apr 3, 2012 11:24 PM

Tags: #function #error_codes #property #warning #instancemanager #invalid_version #29488 #alc-xtg-032-304

Dear adobe experts,

 

I've build an adobe form for a client. I've seen that there is a warning, when I download my form, in the attached error list (error.pdf). Here is more info regarding the warning:

- severity: warning

- message ID: 29488

- description: Invalid version: InstanceManager does not have property or function "count" for the current version of the document.

 

The warning is raised on the initialize event. I've used formcalc in the initializing event. I already tried to catch this warning by changing my code from formcalc to JavaScript but without success.

 

I've searched on google + the adobe forum and website but I haven't found a way to fix this...

 

I did find this in the adobe error code reference:

CodeALC-XTG-032-304 (XML Form service
Type Error
Cause

[29488] "Invalid version: field does not have property or function 'length' for the current version of the document."

[29488] "Invalid version: field does not have property or function 'getDisplayItem' for the current version of the document."

[29488] "Invalid version: dataGroup does not have property or function 'spouse' for the current version of the document."

[29488]  "Invalid version: dataGroup does not have property or function 'holdings' for the current version of the document."

[29488] "Invalid version: dataGroup does not have property or function 'owner' for the current version of the document."

Action

 

According to the adobe error code reference there is no possible action for this warning ...

 

Can anyone help me to fix this warning? Or at least confirm that there is nothing I can do ti fix this warning?

 

Thanks in advance and kind regards,

Niels

 
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    Apr 4, 2012 2:27 AM   in reply to nvdm1

    Hi,

     

    Can you post the PDF form to a sharing site so that we can see the error and code?

     

    Best to use acrobat.com, that way other people can take a look at it as well if I can't figure it out.

     

     

     

    Steps to share a document...

     

    (Thanks Srini for the instruction text!)

     

     

     

    1. Go to URL http://Acrobat.com

    2. Create an account if you don't have one.

    3. Then login to the website.

    4. In top left corner you will see a button called Upload.

    5. Click on browse and select the file you want to upload.

    6. After Uploading, mouse over on the uploaded file. Click the down arrow button and choose Share document.

    7. Then you will be prompted a popup window at the lower left corner. Choose "Publish it" option.

    8. In the next pop up window choose "Copy Link" option.

    9. You can paste the link in the forum thread.

     

    Hope this helps

     

    Malcolm

     
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    Apr 5, 2012 2:22 AM   in reply to nvdm1

    Hi,

     

    Running the form in Acrobat X 10.1 I do not see the error, which version are you seeing the error in ?

     

    Regards

     

    Malcolm

     
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