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Adobe Forms: Unable to View Data under Data view Tab after binding

Dear Experts,

After creating interface and binding the data from the interface context to the form context, I am not able to view the bound data under Data View Tab.

System Details:

ADLC: 11.0, Patch Level 2

GUI 740, Patch 9

HANA 1511

We've configured ADS as well. Being a newly installed system, we have been facing this issue since we stared Forms Development and currently not able to proceed with our Adobe Developments due to this anomaly. Please help.



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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 02:25 PM

    Please try this suggestion by Sergey Korolev:

    The same problem almost made me mad... (I have Adobe Designer 9)
    But! seems I've solved it. That's how:

    1. I opened my PDF form in SFP in edit mode
    2. I prepared my Context (dragged there import parameters)
    3. Opened Adobe Designer: Data View was empty: closed it.
    4. Back at Context view I downloaded Data scheme via Menu -> Utilities -> Uploading/downloading... -> Downloading data scheme
    5. Opened Adobe Designer again
    6. At "Data view" tab opened New Data Connection window via context menu (right mouse click)
    7. Enter arbitrary name into New Connection name field
    8. Select XML schema radio button
    9. Click Next
    10. Select previously saved XSD file (Schema) and click Finish
    11. That's it.

    it is in this thread:

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2016 at 01:15 AM

    Did you download Designer from SAP's Service Marketplace? The version number for Designer 11 should be 11.0x.

    The Data View should be populated automatically. The workaround mentioned does not consider updates to the context for example. And causes problems if someone else opens the form template and does not have the schema file on his machine.



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