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Getting started with Adobe Forms
By Sunitha, Ascent Services
starting this tutorial, please ensure that Adobe life cycle designer is
installed on your system and Adobe designer is configured on your server.
tutorial, we would pass a parameter (CARRID) to the form and print the same with
a page heading.
form, an interface is mandatory. Enter the name of the interface and click on
Save. Enter the package and the workbench request no as per the requirements.
screen, with a default parameter name, appears:
parameter values as shown above.
activate the interface.
back to the main screen of the transaction SFP.
above, select the radio-button Form and enter the name of the form. Click on
description for the Form and also enter the name of the interface created
the package name and the workbench request.
and drop the import parameter ‘Carrid’ from interface to Context on the
right-hand side as shown below:
on the tab ”Layout”
Now let us
include a heading and display the value of the carrier id passed to this form.
on Palettes à
Layout (see the screenshot below):
pop-up box appears.
Now in the
tab “Standard”, drag and drop the element “Text” onto the page.
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