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Styling TOC with number listed in LiveCycle using ddx

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Hello All,

I am new to Adobe LiveCycle. I  need to  assemble the converted pdf files using assembler service.  I got the assembled pdf  with table of contents like below 

TOC

Hello Text ..... 3

Sample Text ....5

Sample PDF ... 8

But i need the TOC  with number listing format 

TOC

1. Hello Text ..... 3

2. Sample Text ....5

3. Sample PDF ... 8

 

Could anyone please help me on this?

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Bagya

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Styling TOC with number listed in LiveCycle using ddx

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Hello All,

I am new to Adobe LiveCycle. I  need to  assemble the converted pdf files using assembler service.  I got the assembled pdf  with table of contents like below 

TOC

Hello Text ..... 3

Sample Text ....5

Sample PDF ... 8

But i need the TOC  with number listing format 

TOC

1. Hello Text ..... 3

2. Sample Text ....5

3. Sample PDF ... 8

 

Could anyone please help me on this?

Regards

Bagya

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Hello, Bagya,

 

I have zero experience with LiveCycle, but a quick Google search found the following, if it helps any:

https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/developing-applications/working-with-documents-charts-and-reports...

 

V/r,

 

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Livecycle is a product whose life Adobe ended in 2016 (https://helpx.adobe.com/support/adobe-livecycle-end-of-core-support.html), replacing it with AEM (Adobe Experience Manager). 

 

And to be clear, you have asked your question in the ColdFusion forums area of the Adobe community site. These are entirely different products. I tried to move your discussion to either a livecycle or aem forum (in the Adobe community site), but I don't find one.

 

I would suggest you follow the info in the link I offered, to find out more from Adobe about AEM and where they may offer forums for that. I don't think you can expect to get much help here, in the CF forums (though Wolfshade gave it an admirable go).

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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You'll need to write a DDX file. There are plenty of resources out there for working with DDX. It's basically an instruction file for LiveCycle Assembler. Here's a link that will probably help:

 

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37346831/coldfusion-ddx-pdf-single-page-bookmarks/37454465

 

In general, just search for "ColdFusion DDX" and you'll find lots of content. As for LiveCycle being EOL, I don't think you have to worry about that. The "LiveCycle" brand applied to a lot of Adobe products. Now, most of them are called "AEM", but they still exist. Here's a link to information about the AEM Assembler Service:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6/assembler-service.html

 

Dave Watts, Eidolon LLC

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