6) Execute the SQL question on the data source you set up. More on 4), it's possible you have to clone the existing data source object before manipulating it (security reasons...). Make sure you read the comments, as the cloning technique wasn't neccessary at the time the blog post was created: Many thanks paque, this will come in handy at some point.
Unfortunately due to licensing we aren't now creating this e-form using livecycle designer.
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I've got many problems with the state appearing to be reset but this is the easiest to explain. I developed a simple HTML5 form using Adobe Live Cycle ES4 + SP1 which will submit to Java JSP.
Also, I developed simple JSP to retrieve the submitted XML from request Input Stream. I am seeking a "BEST PRACTICE" for using Images in LIvecycle Designer, for use in a Dynamic PDF.
Bottom Line Up Front: I am active duty military, I have never done anything like this before (I have ... I was tasked to create a function to "protect" document with a password.
I've read a few tutorials and tips on how to setup a data connection (ODBC) between a livecycle (PDF) form and an Access database, but these are all limited to searching through the records (in the access database) one by one or returning all of them.
What i'm trying to achieve is a lookup by searching on a staff id number and then returning all the other information in that row.
1) Set up an ODBC data source using a select statement.
2) Bind the result of the select statement to your form fields.
3) Create a field where the user can pass a database lookup id.