Assembler

  • [Ref #LC-8217] PDF files encrypted through Assembler by 256bit-AES (Acrobat9) can be opened without password.
  • [Ref #LC-8174] After you run the Assembly service to handle insertPoints, the files in the temporary directory are not deleted automatically.
  • [Ref #LC-8175] When you add attachments at the page level of a PDF document using the AttachmentAppearance element in DDX, the attachments may be compressed with varying degrees of compression.
  • [Ref #LC-8176] When you try to assemble statements using a Nav file (IStatements), an UCFInvalidDocumentException is generated.
  • [Ref #LC-8177] When you call the IStatement process from Workbench, it fails to generate the correct document.
  • [Ref #LC-8178] When you use Assembler to apply a new watermark on a PDF document, in some cases, the existing watermark does not get replaced when you apply the new watermark.
  • [Ref #LC-8180] When the metadata contains a "surrogate pair", the result of DocumentInformation returned varies by ES version and construction.
  • [Ref #LC-8184] A PDF document encrypted by 256bit-AES (Acrobat 9) cannot be opened without a password.
  • [Ref #LC-8186] When you assemble CSV and PDF files through the InvokeDDX operation in workbench, the Assembler returns an error.
  • [Ref #LC-8187] The application server becomes unresponsive when the Assembler attempts to assemble a PDF base document generated by GhostScript with another PDF file.
  • [Ref #LC-8190] When converting a PostScript file into PDF with PDFG ES3SP2 a PDF with odd CMap mapping number is created, which triggers a CMap error if assembled by an Assembler with "optimizeFont" enabled.
  • [Ref #LC-8191] When you assemble two PDF files in an Assembler with optimizeFont enabled, the font name in resultant PDF is garbled.
  • [Ref #LC-8192]  When a PDF document is assembled twice with "optimizeFont" enabled, the content of the file becomes garbled.
  • [Ref #LC-8193]  When two PDF files are assembled by the Assembler with the save option configured to "FastWebView", the resultant PDF file contains duplicate embedded fonts.
  • [Ref #LC-8195] The Assembler fails to assemble GhostScript PDFs. The java process of the application server becomes unresponsive and no is generated for the DDX invocation.
  • [Ref #LC-8196] When the Assembler converts a dynamic form that contains digital signatures to PDF/A using the docConverter service, the resulting PDF/A-1b document does not pass pre-flight's validation.
  • [Ref #LC-8197] When the Assembler attempts to assemble two Acrobat/Java files and the larger file (over 100 MB) is not the base document, JVM returns an out of memory error.
  • [Ref #LC-8198] When the XFDF file of a PDF file containing an attachment sent from MAC system during Submit action is merged with the PDF file on the LC server, an incorrect value of the attachment size (0 Kb) is displayed.
  • [Ref #LC-8225] The Assembler fails to stitch together the fragments of an XFA document that contains both stitch-point fragments and non-stitch-point fragments.

Bar Coded Forms

  • [Ref #LC-8290] Some barcoded paper forms do not decode properly through decode processes.
  • [Ref #LC-8289] Decode service of LiveCycle ES4 is unable to decode the barcode from some scanned files.

Connector

  • [Ref #LC-7846] When storing a document and its metadata using the "save to DCTM" service operation an error occurs and no documentID returned. However, the operation is completed on the Documentum side.
  • [Ref #LC-7845] Users want EMC Documentum Connector 7 to be supported on LiveCycle ES4 SP1.
  • [Ref #LC-7844] Users want support for Filenet 5.2.
  • [Ref #LC-7843] Users are unable to activate the LC SharePoint component in SharePoint 2013.

Core

  • [Ref #LC-7880] The LDAP process for updating UID's causes DuplicateKeyExceptions during the LiveCycle UM sync job in production and affected users are not able to log in to LiveCycle.
  • [Ref #LC-7879] When migrating the LDAP server from Active directory to LightWeight Directory Server (LDS), issues are encountered while synchronizing a user at LiveCycle.
  • [Ref #LC-7872] A patch is required in SAMLAuthProvider component to authenticate with Uid instead of email address from SAML Assertion.
  • [Ref #LC-7871] When you log in to a custom Workspace configured in IDP initiated SAML authentication and click a link, no subsequent pages show up.
  • [Ref #LC-7866] User ID is not updated when the domain is recreated with different properties.
  • [Ref #LC-7865] In Internet Explorer 9, the Flex workspace login page in iframe. does not load. Instead, it displays the error "SCRIPT438: Object doesn't support property or method 'submit' " in the console .
  • [Ref #LC-7862] In LiveCycle ES3SP2 (with the latest core patch "10.0.4-COR-1028-011" applied), when you open a user account page to edit, a javascript error displays.
  • [Ref #LC-7848] Enterprise domain is unable to synchronize on Oracle 12c.

Correspondence Management

  • [Ref #LC-7849] When you log in to CM, the URL is for the form includes contains special characters and is therefore malformed.

Forms and Output

  • [Ref #LC-8269] Output does not generate a complete 508 accessible form according to Acrobat's accessibility checker.
  • [Ref #LC-8268] While opening the XDP in Forms Manager to edit its metadata, the Title and Description fields display the error “java.lang.String cannot be cast to com.adobe.livecycle.formsmanagement.model.XDPForm”.r.
  • [Ref #LC-8266] Output does not generate a complete 508 accessible form according to Acrobat's accessibility checker.
  • [Ref #LC-8263] Output does not generate a complete 508 accessible form according to Acrobat's accessibility checker.
  • [Ref #LC-8261] Adobe Reader 10.1.6 and 11.0.1 unable to correctly interpret Form Bridge for some remoteURL.
  • [Ref #LC-8255] When using the LC ES4 Output service Output service to create a flat pdf using a template and an XML file, custom scripts don't run as expected.
  • [Ref #LC-8254] When the convertPDF operation is used to convert PDF files to JPEG files, the operation times out and stops responding eventually.
  • [Ref #LC-8253] If the bulleted list type of disk "list-style-type:disc" is used for a Text draw element, the image placed by designer to represent the disc requires the symbol font, even though the bullet unicode code point exists in fonts, such as Arial. The symbol font uses the built-in encoding, and the Acrobat accessibility checker flags the character encoding as not 508 accessible.
  • [Ref #LC-8252] Output does not generate a complete 508 accessible form according to Acrobat's accessibility checker.
  • [Ref #LC-8250] When you use a custom application to call the Output service to merge a large PDF template with an XML file, an exception FileNotFoundException occurs.
  • [Ref #LC-8249] The Acrobat XI Pro Accessibility Checker detects several issues when checking for 508 compliance in PDF documents.
  • [Ref #LC-8248] The LiveCycle ES3 Output process times out in WAS 7 clustered environment on Solaris when flattening a form within a long-lived orchestration.
  • [Ref #LC-8247] The performance of the generatePDFOutput2 process degrades after sequentially rendering many XML forms.
  • [Ref #LC-8246] The Output service is unable to render text with grey font on printers.
  • [Ref #LC-8244] The placement of check boxes and text fields on the sub-form generated as output by the PCL service is incorrect.
  • [Ref #LC-8243] The response time for the SendToPrinter process increases when you print a document using the CIFS protocol.

Forms Manager

  • [Ref #LC-7968] While opening the XDP file in Forms Manager to edit its metadata, the title and description fields show display the message “java.lang.String cannot be cast to com.adobe.livecycle.formsmanagement.model.XDPForm”. Also, the other properties do not display correct values.
  • [Ref #LC-7305] Changing the PDF Render Profile on a PDF form from within Forms Manager increase the size of the form by at least two-folds. With subsequent changes, the size of the form continues to grow and makes the form unusable.

Mobile Forms

  • [Ref #LC-3654010] When an HTML5 form is rendered by prefilling data with the DataRef parameter, the service configured to get the data is called twice by the Forms Pro module.
  • [Ref #LC-3652158] Extra empty pages are added to the PDF document when a Mobile Form is rendered in HTML. In addition, some sections are moved out to subsequent pages.
  • [Ref #LC-3650769] When accessing a node of type oneOfChild, the getElement API creates the node even if a different child of that type exists.
  • [Ref #LC-3645719] When signing the Mobile Form on a Surface Pro using Internet Explorer 10, the Signature Capture dialog requires a stylus and does not respond to finger signing.
  • [Ref #LC-3650771] Issues in evaluating script variables.
  • [Ref #LC-3650770] In some forms the order of the Initialize event is reversed. Normally, the Initialize event is triggered for child forms first and then the parent form. However, for some forms, the Initialize event for the parent form is triggered before the Initialize event for the child forms.
  • [Ref #LC-3650767] resolveNode('$.parent.parent.X') throws an exception if the node X doesn't exist in this path.
  • [Ref #LC-3645722] The eraser and check mark (to clear and accept a signature) are enabled even before you start to put your signature in the signature block.
  • [Ref #LC-3577881] Some floating field values are not calculated even if a Mobile Form is not linked to a data.xml file.
  • [Ref #LC-9321] The warning message bubble for an invalid field does not disappear even after the field is made valid.
  • [Ref #LC-9323] When rendering a Mobile Form, the Presence & Access property gets overridden during web service calls.
  • [Ref #LC-8988] In Mobile Forms, fields with validation errors should get highlighted in red.
  • [Ref #LC-8978] When a form with a calculated field on the master page with bindings on it is submitted, the processed data does not show this field populated even though the correct binding is in place.
  • [Ref #LC-7660] When you render Multiline data in a form with Text box as HTML5, the data in the resulting XML file is misaligned.
  • [Ref #LC-7547] JavaScript to make a field optional/mandatory is not working as expected if a form is rendered as HTML 5.
  • [Ref #LC-7511] Data from sub-form instances is not output in the correct order when you submit the XML file from a Mobile Form.
  • [Ref #LC-7477] The Minify option that is set as a property in a custom profile doesn't apply to the external JS file downloaded with the HTML.
  • [Ref #LC-7314] Before submitting the form, the data makes a roundtrip between the client and server. The data sent in the first leg of the roundtrip is heavy.
  • [Ref #LC-7311] A Text field with text and numeric data is not displayed correctly when a form is rendered as HTML5 on a browser.
  • [Ref #LC-7119] When using Firefox and JAWS, when you have an Exclusion Group for radio buttons, the speak text isn't read out.
  • [Ref #LC-7094] In some HTML5 forms, the tab order not followed correctly.
  • [Ref #LC-6509] After installing the patch (11.0.1-XMF-1013-001 and adobe-lc-forms-pkg-3.7.4) buttons with no background color are rendered white in some Mobile Forms.
  • [Ref #LC-5521] font.fill.color does not work with HTML5 forms.
  • [Ref #LC-5465] Values assigned with the rawValue function in Mobile Forms are not part of the XML submission.
  • [Ref #LC-5443] The tab order of fields is incorrect when new instances of a form are added.
  • [Ref #LC-4666] The “pseudoForm” object in form submission does not have a target attribute (defaulting to target=”_self”).
  • [Ref #LC-4512] Some Mobile Forms take more time to render on Internet Explorer compared to FireFox and Chrome.
  • [Ref #LC-4424] The setFocus function does not work correctly for scribble fields on unrendered pages if a field is present on the master page of a page that contains a scribble field.
  • [Ref #LC-4205] Mobile Forms are vulnerable to XSS attacks during HTML5 rendering for growable fields and floating fields.
  • [Ref #LC-3869] PostCode validation fails during HTML5 rendering.
  • [Ref #LC-3810] During a Submit operation, the HTTP head request should be optional.
  • [Ref #LC-3689] Some validations do not work for Mobile Forms.
  • [Ref #LC-3669] Fields without a caption (for example day, amount, sort code, and so on) are not visible in a Mobile Form.
  • [Ref #LC-3628] createNode must be added to the DOM structure.
  • [Ref #LC-3580] An invalid date (year) is displayed when an XDP is rendered as HTML with the Date field.
  • [Ref #LC-3532] When a form is rendered as HTML5, the highlight button on top of the form does not work with few forms when the form is rendered on Internet Explorer 9 or 10.
  • [Ref #LC-3529] When the Zoom level of the form is changed in any browser (I.E., Firefox, Chrome, Safari) the ‘Highlight Existing Toolbar’ gets displaced.
  • [Ref #LC-3469] Mobile Forms uses nodes API returns xfaList on which namedItem has been called.
  • [Ref #LC-3194] When viewing a PDF document on Surface Pro using Internet Explorer, a user cannot sign the document if the user zooms the document.

PDF Generator

  • [Ref #LC-8241] PDFG settings randomly vanish while converting word files to PDF using a watcher folder.
  • [Ref #LC-8239] When a file is converted separately using PDF Generator (with Standard settings) and directly using the Acrobat plugin of MS Word, the spacing between characters in both the output files differ.
  • [Ref #LC-8238] The font on the converted documents change intermittently and the spacing between characters become inconsistent.
  • [Ref #LC-8237] When a password protected Spreadsheet is passed to the createPDF function for native conversion, a timeout message is displayed even though the conversion fails.
  • [Ref #LC-8235] When a password protected Spreadsheet is passed to the createPDF function for native conversion, a timeout message is displayed even though the conversion fails.
  • [Ref #LC-8234] A flow chart in the original Word document is converted to a multicolored square after the document is converted to PDF.
  • [Ref #LC-8232] On a cluster set-up, PDFG settings disappear while converting Word documents to PDF, which causes the conversion to fail.
  • [Ref #LC-8230] LiveCycle PDF Generator ES4 should support for use with UAC disabled and without multi-thread users with Local Administrator rights.
  • [Ref #LC-8228] PDF conversion fails when encrypt and OCR are used together.
  • [Ref #LC-8222] When a file is converted separately using PDF Generator (with Standard settings) and directly using the Acrobat plugin of MS Word, the spacing between characters in both the output files differ.
  • [Ref #LC-8221] LiveCycle's pdf optimization task affects MS Office printing tasks.
  • [Ref #LC-8215] PDF files encrypted through Assembler by 256bit-AES (Acrobat9) can be opened without password.
  • [Ref #LC-8213] PDF files encrypted through Assembler by 256bit-AES (Acrobat9) can be opened without password.
  • [Ref #LC-8210] Fonts are not listed for the default C:\Windows\Fonts\ directory after installing LiveCycle PDF Generator Quick Fix 9.0.0-PDG-1009-2.220.
  • [Ref #LC-8209] Extra spaces between fonts and distortions appear in the PDF output when a Word document is converted to a PDF document using the LiveCycle ES2 SP2 PDFG service.
  • [Ref #LC-8208] When a configuration file is imported and some option are changed in the file type settings, the app server returns and error.
  • [Ref #LC-8207] LiveCycle ES4 SP1 cannot convert properly a DWG file that contains a relative link to a Tif file.
  • [Ref #LC-8206] Creating PDF from TIFF files fails when "Standard OCR" is selected for File Type Settings if the uploaded file contains Japanese characters in its file name.

Platform

  • [Ref #LC-8892] Users are unable to submit LC Form guides from Workspace with Flash Player 13.0.0.214.
  • [Ref #LC-8354] The PsToPdfService.exe process stops processing submit requests to the LC server after CORBA timeout exceptions in the logs.
  • [Ref #LC-7780] A seven-node cluster continues to fail on virtualized VMWare ESX 4.1i infrastructure.
  • [Ref #LC-7848] Enterprise domain is unable to synchronize on Oracle 12c.
  • [Ref #LC-7731] Applying QF Core 1017-2.256 reduces the performance of LC Server 9.0 SP2.
  • [Ref #LC-7730] Some tasks do not progress to next step in the process.
  • [Ref #LC-7729] Intermittent IntegrityConstraintViolationException exceptions are logged in the JBoss server log when running queries in MySQL.
  • [Ref #LC-7727] Work Manager is a only able to process 25 work instances simultaneously, which causes a performance bottleneck.
  • [Ref #LC-7726] The Adobe purge operation is unable to purge processes that include a large number of operations.
  • [Ref #LC-7724] The Distiller service times out when executing multiple conversion from PostScript to PDF.
  • [Ref #LC-7723] The table tb_dm_chunk grows at a brisk rate for short-lived processes and never gets purged.
  • [Ref #LC-7722] The Heap usage gradually increases until the server crashes with an OutOfMemory error after a week.

Process

  • [Ref #3803333] When the Output service generates PDFs, the native XmlForm.exe script is writing to the temporary directory of the OS instead of the temporary directory of LC.
  • [Ref #3803327] The text in XDP files (containing Hebrew characters) get misaligned when it is rendered to an HTML form.
  • [Ref #3803321] The data merged in the Scribble field from a XML data file gets submitted even if the signature is deleted after rendering the form.
  • [Ref #3803317] When merging data values in UTC format into a document that displays it in GMT, the UTC dates are not properly translated to GMT.
  • [Ref #3803313] Check boxes are not read correctly after PDF is rendered through Output
  • [Ref #3803307] The PostScript file generated and printed on Xerox printer returns the error "Error on get command."
  • [Ref #3803305] The JP bar code in P9A Drop1 has an incorrect value for the Check digit.

Rights Management

  • [Ref #LC-8245] Security can be compromised in LCRM documents when SOAP endpoint is used while viewing the documents in Acrobat/Reader.
  • [Ref #LC-8251] Duplicate key exceptions occur in server logs while opening policy protected documents.
  • [Ref #LC-8256] Users are unable to view all policies in a policy set through Acrobat.
  • [Ref #LC-8257] Security can be compromised in LCRM documents when SOAP endpoint is used while viewing the documents in Acrobat/Reader.
  • [Ref #LC-8258] Users encounter errors when trying to access an RM-protected PDF during a specific time of the day.
  • [Ref #LC-8260] An exception is registered in the logs while exporting events, if the number of events in the database is greater than 100000.
  • [Ref #LC-8265] MySQL queries that contain the Group By clause take a long time to run.
  • [Ref #LC-8267] When an SDKException is triggered if the PDF file passed is not a policy protected document, a short-lived process stalls with a transaction timeout exception and the transaction cannot be committed to the main process.
  • [Ref #LC-8270] Operating the related-security operation from Acrobat after applying the security policy using the protectDocument(inDoc,license) API displays unexpected results.

Signature

  • [Ref #LC-8199] When validating a PDF/A-1b document containing an unsigned invisible signature field in Acrobat's preflight, the compliance breaks. Even if you sign the document, the compliance still breaks, and the same error message is displayed.
  • [Ref #LC-8301] The printed PostScript output generated from LiveCycle causes intermittent problems on the printer.
  • [Ref #LC-8302] The JP bar code in P9A Drop1 contains a wrong value for Check digit.
  • [Ref #LC-8304] The verify API incorrectly returns the status of invalid documents as SignedDocValidAndModified.
  • [Ref #LC-8305] The verify API incorrectly returns the status of invalid documents as DocSigWithChanges.
  • [Ref #LC-8306] When a signature field is added with LiveCycle and signed on a PDF/A-1b with Acrobat, the compliance breaks.

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