When referencing objects in LiveCycle Designer ES2, you need to ensure that you are providing a sufficiently complete reference to the objects. If you do – the script will work; whereas if you don’t – the script may fail silently.
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As a forms developer, there are many options available to you when laying out your form. This post is not intended as a detailed explanation of forms design, merely a technical description of the specific options in LiveCycle Designer ES2 when using objects.
This form demonstrates a few tricks albeit in a irreverent way. Firstly using an ‘Adobe’ grey as a background allows your form to be part of the application, rather than sitting on top it. The second uses script to allow the use to select a part of the puzzle and move it into the correct [...]
Forms can de used to ask users questions. Sometimes the question is a simple yes or no. Other times you may have questions with more than two choices or with complicated scoring requirements. This sample will show you two options for keeping scores.