Thanks for the post it was really helpful.
Now I am trying to communicate with a webapplication. I want to integrate a web application within Livecycle Process . How do I maintain the correlation between the requests sent by Livecycle processes to the webapplication and the responses which I will receive from the webapplication to the respective instances of Livecycle Processes which created it.
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In order to communicate from a LiveCycle process to a web application, you need the ability to do a http post from within your process.
Currently LC does't have an HTTP invoker. You can create a custom component that doesn't that. I've created one at one point to do a simple HTTP invoke as past of a test.
Thanks fro your help
I was able to creqte a flex application and integrate with my process within workspace.
I want to take this process to another step now.
Since the flex app is linked with workspace the server takes care of all the process related
I want to create a flex app which should not be deployed on workspace instead on some another server.
eg tomcat.And now have to establish connection between LiveCycle Server Processes and Flex Application.
Also I want to take back the response from Flex Application to particular process instance.
I'm not sure what is your question is here, but remember that Workspace is a Flex application that interacts with LiveCycle.
So you can definitly build your own if you wanted to.
What I am trying to ask is
lets say there is a FLEX application already developed and deployed on say tomcat server.
Now I have to communicate with this FLEX application which is already present. I donot want to integrate it with worksapce.
My question is how do I include this FLEX app. in my Livecycle Process without including it in workspace.