LiveCycle provides the complete source code of the Mobile Workspace app. The source contains all components to build a custom workspace application. The source code archive, adobe-lc-mobileworkspace-src.zip, is installed along with LiveCycle ES4. The default location of the adobe-lc-mobileworkspace-src.zip is [LiveCycle_root]\sdk\LC Mobile Workspace.  

The following image displays the extracted contents of the adobe-lc-mobileworkspace-src.zip.

The following table details contents of the src/ios folder.

Directory

Content

PhoneGapSDK

PhoneGap SDK 2.1

src

Subdirectories containing source files

Capture

Resources, PhoneGap plug-ins, and application's main module

Capture.xcodeproj

Xcode project for Mobile Workspace app

www

HTML, CSS, images, and JavaScript files for the Mobile Workspace project

For detailed information about Code Signing and adding devices to the iOS Provisioning Portal, see iOS Code Signing Setup, Process, and Troubleshooting.

Build standard Mobile Workspace app

  1. Perform the following steps to set up the MobileWorkspace project in Xcode and provide a signing identity:

    Log in to your Mac machine that has Xcode , and iOS SDK installed and configured.

  2. Copy the adobe-lc-mobileworkspace-src.zip archive from [LiveCycle_root]/sdk/LC Mobile Workspace to [User_Home]/Projects/.

  3. Extract the archive in the[User_Home]/Projects/MobileWorkspace directory.

  4. Navigate to the [User_Home]/Projects/MobileWorkspace/sr/ios directory.

  5. Open the Capture.xcodeproj project in Xcode.

  6. Click Capture, under TARGETS, select Capture. Select the Summary tab, locate the Entitlement section, and uncheck Use Entitlements File checkbox.

    The Xcode builds a standard Mobile Worspace app if the Use Entitlements File option is unchecked. To build a Secure Mobile Workspace App see, Building Secure Mobile Workspace App.

  7. In the Build Settings tab, click All and then click Combined.

  8. From the Settings list, expand Code Signing.

  9. For Code Signing Identity, select the appropriate signature. For detailed information about, creating new signatures, see Creating and Downloading Development Provisioning Profiles.

  10. Ensure that the same signature is selected for Debug, Release, and Any iOS SDK.

  11. Under PROJECT, select Capture and ensure that the appropriate signature is selected for Code Signing Identity, Debug, Release and Any iOS SDK.

  12. Connect a provisioned iPad to a Mac machine.

  13. Select the provisioned device for the Capture project.

    A provisioned device, Mobdec Ipad3-1, is selected.

  14. Select Product > Clean.

  15. Select Product > Build.

Build the installer for the Mobile Workspace app

You need to archive the MobileWorkspace Xcode project to build the installer (an .ipa file) and a property list (a .plist file) file. The property list file contains configuration information of the hosted in-house app, such as the name and the hosting location of the app. For more information about property list file, see About Information Property List Files.

  1. Connect a provisioned iPad to a Mac machine. For detailed information about provisioning an iPad, see Creating and Downloading Development Provisioning Profiles

  2. Select the provisioned device for the Capture project.

    A provisioned device, Mobdec Ipad3-1, is selected.

  3. Select Product > Clean.

  4. Select Product > Build.

  5. Select Product > Archive.

  6. In Organizer - Archives, select the latest MobileWorkspace archive and click Distribute.

  7. Select Save for Enterprise or Ad-Hoc Deployment as the method of distribution and click Next.

  8. Select the appropriate Code Signing Identity and click Next. Click Allow to apply the signature.

  9. Provide name of the app and select Save for Enterprise Distribution.

  10. Provide the Application URL for the app. For example, to host the app on a CRX server, provide URL http://[LC_host]:[port]/lc/content/distribution/mobileworkspace/APP_NAME.ipa.

  11. In the Title field, specify Capture.

  12. Click Save and close Xcode.

    An installer file, Capture.ipa, and property list file, Capture.plist, are created at the specified location.

  13. Open the Capture.plist file in an editor.

  14. Replace all the spaces in the URL of your .ipa file with %20.

  15. Save and close the Capture.plist file.

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