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Urgent - Error when transforming object data

I am trying to change the form FITP_REQUEST_FORM in Form Builder.

Im gonna change some text and the logo, but getting error message that it cant find the sample data file.

I can see in Form Properties that i have to specify a XML file for print preview.

I dont got the request_de.xml that the system suggest.

when changing this xml file no emply and changing the text, and saving i get the error message: Error when transforming object data

I have installed Adobe LiveCycle, downloaded the patch 3, installed the help and data files (downloaded from service.sap.com).

Please help me out ! Big points will be regarded 😀

Best Regards

Kristoffer Engh

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 01:35 AM

    i'm running on two different machines, one machine had this problem, the other did not.

    The one which did not experience this problem, I had installed LifeCycle Designer with the Help and Data Files. The one that i neglected to install the Help and Data Files on, gave me this error whenever I went to change anything.

    My advice, reinstall Adobe LifeCycle Designer, include the Help and Data Files on install... patch and go from there. I'm not going to go out on a limb as say that is definitivley that is the problem, but it was w/ me.

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      Hello

      I managed to solve this problem by pathing up my SAPGui. It was on patch 8 that is not supported. After patching it up to 18 it works.

      But one question.. We want to redesign the formular FITP_REQUEST_FORM.

      We are not able to change the topheader (like the IDESlogo and some text). It seems like it is collected by another form or standard header.

      We want to change the logo and translate some text.

      Best Regards

      Kristoffer Engh

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