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Adobe continues to support developers of Interactive Forms by active participation at TechEd. To meet expectations of developers and consultants regarding this important topic, we are supporting sessions with speakers and have experts at our booth.


Expert speakers from Adobe will be supporting the following sessions (in Phoenix and Vienna):

CD107: Best practices for Designing Forms with SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe
You get the most out of this session if you have already used Interactive Forms including designing forms. You’ll get a view behind the scenes at the architectural implementation that can help you understand and troubleshoot issues.
CD107 in Phoenix, CD107 in Vienna

UP105: Introduction to SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe
This is our beginner session you will learn the basics of Interactive Forms. We are showing Adobe LiveCycle Designer (the forms design tool). If you already know Interactive Forms the second half will provide more details on the latest developments (e.g. what’s new with Designer 8.2).
UP105 in Phoenix, UP 105 in Vienna

ALM275: Creating PDF-based Print Forms
In this hands-on session you’ll create a print forms based on Interactive Forms technology. After a presentation explaining the background, you’ll be ready to master 6 exercises. An expert from SAP, an expert from Adobe and a SDN mentor will be helping you in case you need support.
ALM275 in Phoenix, ALM275 in Vienna

Another important session on the integration of Interactive Forms in Web Dynpro is UP264 “Creating Online and Offline Form Processing Scenarios with Adobe Forms and Web Dynpro ABAP”. Is there a longer session title?

Adobe Booth

Our experts can be met at our booth (in Phoenix booth #204 and Vienna booth #2.19).

RIAs based on Adobe Flex and Adobe AIR

And for those of you who are interested in Adobe’s RIA technologies (i.e. Adobe Flex and Adobe AIR), there is a RIA Hack Night. If you want to attend hurry up and register since you need to be registered and seats are filling up fast. More info can be found on this wiki page on the RIA Hacker Night.

The entire Adobe team looks forward meeting you in Phoenix and/or Vienna.

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