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Error while configuring credential for Adobe Forms


While configuring Credential i am getting an error as popup. But when I click on OK, I am able to see the .pfx file in the top.

<b>Error Details:</b>

An error occurred while updating the credential expiry for alias 'ReaderRights': to load keystore from credential. Please ensure the password is correct.

We have not received any password from SAP, only there was one password to download the file.

After all I am trying print forms, not an interactive form. But when I deploy and run it shows error.

<b>Error Details:</b> Error during call to AdobeDocumentServer: Processing exception during a "UsageRights" operation.

Request start time: Sat Nov 26 11:54:53 GMT+05:30 2005

com.adobe.ProcessingError: Credential login error while applying usage rights to PDF: C:\WINNT\Temp\adobewa_J2E_00_1015779131\DM8997397967410486296.dir\DM-8285166541278556430.tmp

Specific error information:

$$$/PDF/PDFCredentialLoginFailure2=error while logging into credential ^0

GeneralError: Operation failed.


Could not open Digital ID file with the password provided. Please try again.

Please suggest the solution.



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    Posted on Jul 31, 2006 at 09:14 AM


    Be sure that all the services related to Adobe Document Services are started (IIOP in dispatcher and server, Document services, PDF manipulation module and XML form module). You have to start them before registering the credential.

    Also, did you register the correct password provided with the credential ?

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