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LiveCycle Administration Training


Are you getting the most out of your Adobe LiveCycle system? Is your system performing in an optimal way and is it fully integrated with your other enterprise software? Do you have your LiveCycle services and workflows configured with AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) Forms? Learn the secrets of properly configuring, managing, tuning and optimizing your LiveCycle server(s). This 2-day course will help you realize the full value of your Adobe LiveCycle and AEM Forms investment.

This two-day hands-on course provides a solid foundation of the LiveCycle Enterprise Suite and teaches you effective and useful techniques. This course starts with the key concepts and dives deep into day-to-day activities like managing services, tasks, users, policies and security. You will learn how to optimize your LiveCycle environment for peak performance. You will also learn how to maintain peak performance and troubleshoot in case of issues. Advanced topics include integrating with external third-party content management systems.


At the end of this course, students will be able to effectively configure, manage, tune and optimize a multiservice LiveCycle and AEM Forms environment.


Lesson 1: Working with LiveCycle Archives (LCAs)

Exercise: Importing an application or archive

Exercise: Deploying an application

Exercise: Exporting LiveCycle Archive Files

Exercise: Deploying Custom Components

Exercise: Calling Custom Components

Lesson 2: Working with Endpoints

Exercise: Reviewing the Default Endpoints

Exercise: Changing the Security on an Endpoint

Exercise: Create a WatchedFolder endpoint

Exercise: Testing your WatchedFolder endpoint

Exercise: Enabling or disabling an endpoint

Exercise: Modifying an endpoint

Exercise: Removing an endpoint

Lesson 3: User Management

Exercise: Installing the Sample LDAP

Exercise: Adding an enterprise domain

Exercise: Synchronizing with your LDAP

Exercise: Creating a user in the DefaultDom

Exercise: Creating a group in the DefaultDom

Exercise: Creating a dynamic group based on specific criteria

Exercise: LiveCycle Roles

Exercise: Creating a role

Lesson 4: Configuring Administrator and Task Notifications

Exercise: Configuring Outgoing SMTP Mail

Exercise: Configuring notifications for administrators

Exercise: Configuring stalled branch notifications

Exercise: Configuring stalled operation notifications

Exercise: Configuring notifications for users and groups

Exercise: Configuring task assignment notifications

Exercise: Testing the Automated Notifications

Lesson 5: PDF Generator Service and Settings

Exercise: Reviewing the Adobe PDF Settings

Exercise: Creating the File type Settings

Exercise: Accessing PDF Generator from Workbench

Exercise: Converting HTML documents via PDF Generator

Lesson 6: Connecting MS SQL Server to LiveCycle

Exercise: Installing the MS SQL Server JDBC Driver

Exercise: Configuring the DataSource

Exercise: Configuring JDBC Components

Exercise: Configuring the JdbcService

Lesson 7: Extending LiveCycle with Java

Exercise: Reviewing a Custom Component in Workbench

Exercise: Developing a Custom Component in Eclipse with Java

Exercise: Using JDBC to connect to databases from your component

Exercise: Deploying your custom component to a LiveCycle Server

Lesson 8: Integrating AEM with LiveCycle Services

Exercise: Using the Felix console to configure your OSGi components

Exercise: Integrating AEM Forms with LiveCycle services

Exercise: Integrating AEM Forms with LiveCycle workflows

Exercise: Configuring the Adobe Content Repository eXtreme (CRX) with LiveCycle

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