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Which version of livecycle?
I remember i also encountered one such problem in LC ES2 and found that there was an issue with ReadApplicationAsset service.
This service takes a lot of time to read the asset from repository. And as far as i know this issue should have been fixed in LC ES2 SP2.
So there are two possible ways:
1) Get a confirmation if there is still a problem with this service in SP2 or not. If not, upgrade to SP2
2) increase timeouts on your end.
sorry....it is verions 9 w/service pack 1. Can you provide the link to SP2? Thx!
Ok next question. Can I run 9.5 Workbench and Designer with a 9.0 server? It is a little unclear on the website.
(upgrade to Service Pack 2 on server will be forthcoming).
Yes, you can. LCES Workbench 9.5 is compatible with LCES 9.0 Server. Contrariwise wouldn't work (LCES Workbench 9 and Server 9.5).
We were told by our Adobe tech rep to always marry the version of Workbench with the Sever for a production environment, otherwise small incompatibilities could creep in, even though it appears to work fine.
Nico - have you got anything official from Adobe saying this is ok? I would really be interested in upgrading our version of Workbench.
Found the following official statement on http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/upgrade/ (under "Must SP2 be installed before these various modules?"):
"Workbench 9.5 is installed on the developer desktop and will work with any ES2, whether ES, ES2 SP1 or ES2 SP2, although 9.5 is suggested for use with SP2. Workbench 9.5 is required for use with the three solution accelerators."
But I'm wondering, why don't you just install Workbench 9.5? It's quite easy and noncritical.
Hope this helps.
Thanks Nico. Personally I would risk the update, but it was a recommendation from Adobe, not me. I might send your link past Adobe and see what they say again.
Hey Nico - i found this on the link you posted:
- Do I need to migrate to LiveCycle Workbench 9.0 to 9.5 to work with LiveCycle ES2.5?
- Yes. It is best practice to run Workbench and the LiveCycle server at the compatible version levels (Workbench 9.5 and LiveCycle Server 188.8.131.52 in this case).
This is what the Adobe tech support was referring to I believe. So if you are running Livecycle ES2 SP1 only, then it is best practice run Workbench 184.108.40.206