Background: We are creating a subset of workspace functionalities in a JSP application which will interact with LC Server over web services only without the use of Workspace APIs(which are combination of Flex UI APIs, Flex Domain APIs and Java Task Manager APIs). We want to directly use TaskManager APIs for that.
ISSUE 1: We are trying to invoke the Long-lived process from a JSP page
using web services but the process in not getting invoked.
Here is the client JSP code. Please also refer the attachment which has
the web service proxy java files:
<%@ page import="com.adobe.idp.services.*" %>
<%@ page import="javax.xml.ws.Holder" %>
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"><%@page
language="java" contentType="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
AIServerProcessesOrderNewSuppliesService service = new
AIServerProcessesOrderNewSupplies document =
// Holder<BLOB> finalDoc = new Holder<BLOB>();
Holder<String> outVar = new Holder<String>();
InvokeResponse responseFor = new
XML xml = new XML();
//document.invoke("passed something", finalDoc,
// get the image from the database
//BLOB blob = finalDoc.value;
// remoteURL = blob.getRemoteURL();
catch (Exception e)
I don't see any error in JSP and it doesn't throw any error but the
server process is not getting invoked. Please refer the attachment
I don't want to use workspace. And we also don't want to customize the
workspace. Actually, we need a single JSP that will be able to do
1. Show all the tasks assigned to the currently loggedin user.
2. On click of the task, open the form associated with the current
selected task in browser/jsp.
So, please tell me what APIs should I use in my JSP for above mentioned
functionalities. Please share a dummy jsp that will do that.
When a user logs in the workspace, then he gets the actions associated
with the particular tasks below the form. E.g. approve, submit,
complete, deny etc.
But I want these actions inside my form. Reason for that is that we are
not using the Flex UI of workspace. Infact we are creating a simple JSP
that will render the form.
If you can provide some eclipse java project with required jars, a JSP
with above functionalities and a PDF form that solve issue number 3 then
it will be great way to start.