What happens when you enable the Convert to Embedded Object option when working with fragments?
A. The XML representation of the fragment will be embedded in the current document
B. The XML representation of the fragement will be embedded in all documents that reference that fragment
C. The fragment will be created and embedded in a separate PDF document
D. The fragment will be created and embedded in a separate XDP document
You add a fragment that contains several fields to your form template. You want to bind the individual fields to your data connection. What should you do in the template that references the fragment?
A. Select the individual fields in the fragment and bind the field value to theappropriatedatasource
B. Select the subform container and bind it to theappropriatedatasource
C. Choose Edit > Fragment and in the fragment template, bind the data connection to the XDP template that references the fragment
D. Choose Edit > Fragment and in the fragment template, bind the data connection to the schema being used in the template that references the fragment
You bind several field objects on your template to a datasource. You then create a fragment from those same objects. You want to ensure that the fields in the newly created fragment have their binding properties set.
What should you do?
A. Nothing. The binding properties are saved when you create the fragment
B. Nothing. The fragments cannot be bound to a datasource
C. Edit the fragment and recreate the bindings
D. Edit the fragment and bind the subform container to the root node of the data connection
You have created a fragment and are now planning to edit the fragment to add data binding. You want to optimize the fragment for performance and portability. What should you do?
A. Bind the subform container using absolute binding and then bind the individual fields using relative binding
B. Bind the subform container using relative binding and then bind the individual fields using absolute binding.
C. Create a new schema that is modelled after the fragment hierarchy and then use absolute binding to bind the fields to the new schema elements.
D. Select the Use Name property in the Binding tab of each field
You create an XDP template that uses several fragments. You save the form as a dynamic PDF form and deploy it as a standalone PDF form on your server. What will happen when you open the form in Adobe Reader?
A. The form will open, but the sections of the form referencing the fragments will be missing
B. The form will open, and all sections of the form will display correctly
C. The form will not open, unless it is rendered using LiveCycle
D. The form will not open, and a warning message will appear that certain sections of the form cannot be displayed
Which two LiveCycle modules can render an XDP template that has been designed with fragments as a PDF? (Choose two.)
A. LiveCycle Output
B. LiveCycle Data Services
C. LiveCycle Forms
D. LiveCycle Reader Extensions
E. LiveCycle PDF Generator
You want to create a form that will be filled out by a user and then emailed to LiveCycle to initiate a process. What should you do?
A. Add a submit button to the form and have it submit to an email endpoint
B. Add a submit button to the form and have it submit to a remoting endpoint
C. Add the Form Bridge object
D. Add a regular button to the form and have it call a SOAP endpoint
You are using the New Form wizard inside the Workbench. You indicate that the form will be submitted from LiveCycle Workspace. Which two objects are automatically placed on the form? (Choose two.)
A. Submit Button
B. Form Bridge object
C. Process Fields
D. Signature Field
E. Email Submit Button
What is the purpose of the Form Bridge object?
A. Allows the form to be digitally signed inside Workspace
B. Used to pre-populate data in a form that will be displayed inside Workspace
C. Links multiple forms in a process inside Workspace
D. Enables communication between the form and Workspace
Which LiveCycle service is used with insertion points?
D. PDF Generator