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>Is this forum watched by any one form Adobe?
Sometimes you see people from Adobe, but essentially no, this is a
User To User forum as it says.
> I'm trying to integrate Adobe Live Cycle ES
Make sure you are posting the appropriate forum. Adobe Reader doesn't
seem to be the right place to reach fellow users developing with
> If Adobe doesn't want to answer then I request them to clsoe the forum
> as 50% of our queries are unanswered.
50% seems a pretty good rate. Would you deny people the chance to help
each other in an Adobe-provided user area? What good would that do?
> If Adobe people doesn't have time to answer then how do they
> expect solutions to be developed intgegrating with their product?
I don't think anyone from Adobe would expect solutions to be fully developed using the 30 day free trial. That is just to get an idea of the product. Paid support is available later. This may or may not be a good way to do business, but it does seem to be what Adobe have chosen to do, right or wrong.
Thanks Aandi...I was trying to get in touch with you. 5 years back you helped to solve my issue with PDF through PlanetPDF. Can you help me this time? I'm sure you will atleast give me a good direction...
I have seen that browser commenting requires different rights from
in-Acrobat commenting. Maybe not even possible. But I've never worked
in this area.
Thanks for the quick response.
Are you saying that Adobe Professional add something extra that allows it open in the browser with the toolbar and in case we adding the rights using the LiveCycle ReaderExtension Service it doesn't add that?
>Are you saying that Adobe Professional add something extra that allows it open in the browser with the toolbar and in case we adding the rights using the LiveCycle ReaderExtension Service it doesn't add that?
Not exactly. If I remember correctly, and I may not, browser based
review does not work in Reader at all.
Thanks once again Aandi....
Can you help me where to contact to look for such solution.I'm completely stuck....
Well, if it isn't designed to work in Reader, you would need to deploy
But bear in mind that I am only going from memory, I'm not sure.
I have Acrobat Reader and I can see the commenting toolbar on the shared review enabled pdf. But thanks anyway buddy..that was great help to me...let me check out with the Adobe guys if they can answer it better....
I got the solution the issue. It was there with Adobe document. Looks like we need to read the entire to understand their stuff...
The solution was use a standard fdf file and replace the path with the path of the WebDAV location.
I will write in detail once I test that with all options. I will keep the forum updated...