In ES2, you can specify a variable that contains your xdp.
In ES, you can also put the content of the XDP into an document variable and pass that variable as part of the Form Data parameter and leave the form url blank.
I have XML data to be merged with the form, that's in a document-variable, and the Form Data parameter contains the name of the variable. I tried many different things, but it always says the contentURI parameter is blank, or if I put the standard value there it tries to create a filename using contentURI combined with the Form to Render parameter. I looked at the java class description and the renderPDFForm requires a physical file to be present and it reads that.
So, I need to write the document somewhere on the Adobe server and point the renderPDFForm service there.
I have LiveCycle ES 8.2
Are you using ES2 or ES?
There are ways to NOT use a physical. That's what I'm trying to explain.
We have ES1 .
Where you mentioned the Form Data parameter, that's what I'm using to specify the XML data to be merged with the form.