Adobe LiveCycle Designer Overview .
The purpose of this document is to provide a basic level of information to help you perform form customization.
The Form structure can be divided in 3 parts.
- Page Header.
Document type name.
2. Page Body.
Sender and receiver address.
3. Page Footer.
The Master Pages of Adobe LiveCycle Designer often contain placeholders for the header and footers of the Form Master Template. Master Page is different from the Form Master Template.
- Master Page is equal recurring layout for every page (like PowerPoint Master Layout)
- Usually there are 2 master pages: one for the first page, the other for the following pages
- Placeholder for data like company logo, header and footer that can be maintained within the Master Template Maintenance.
- Data View.
- Editor for Scripting.
- Available objects to be used on the form template.
- The hierarchy shows the objects from the library, that have been assigned to the Master Pages or Design View.
- bdyMain = objects used in Design View
- Structure Nodes can be Subforms or Tables
- Objects shown in the hierarchy have logic or data bindings to fields from Data View
- Data view has the data source that can be assigned to the form, Those fields could be assigned to “used” objects in Hierarchy.
Editor for Scripting
- The Scripting is used to put simple/complex logic into “used” objects , E.g. show data only if data are available like fax information of responsible employee.
Best Practices for Frequent Use Cases
- Add new Tex Field 2/2.
- Assign Data Binding to Text Field.
- Changing Font Size and Style.
- Renaming Fields 2/2.
- Change Presence of Fields (Hide/Unhide)
Add new Tex Field 1/2
Add new Tex Field 2/2
Assign Data Binding to Text Field.
Changing Font Size and Style.
Renaming Fields 1/2
Renaming Fields 2/2
Change Presence of Fields (Hide/Unhide)
This is a little overview of the tool.