One of the features of the LiveCycle Workbench ES2 Add-ons allows users to edit schemas that they create in Workbench. In order to enable the schema editor for that feature, a third-party plugin needs to be installed in the Adobe LiveCycle Workbench environment.

Configuring the XML Schema Editor

There is a new feature provided in this bundle that allows users to edit their XML schemas with a corresponding schema editor. In order to install the schema editor follow these instructions:

  1. Start Workbench.
  2. Go to Help > Software Updates > Find and Install, select Search for new features to install and then click Next.
  3. Click New Remote Site…, call it Ganymede and use http://download.eclipse.org/releases/ganymede for the URL and click OK.
  4. In the Updates panel, expand Ganymede and select Web and Java EE Development > Eclipse XML Editors and Tools 3.0.4, as seen in the following screenshot:
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This will give an error that can be corrected by clicking on the Select Required button. Now click Next.
  1. Accept the license agreement and click Next.

  2. At this point, you will be asked to install the needed features, click Finish.

  3. Workbench will ask to restart after installation completes. Click Yes.

Deploying and configuring the Server Log Component

  1. Download the Server Log JAR file
  2. Launch LiveCycle Workbench ES2.
  3. Go to Window > Show View > Components.
  4. In the Components View, right click on the Component root folder and select Install Components….
  5. In the File navigator, browse to and select the Server Log JAR file from step 1.
  6. After installing the Server Log JAR file, select the Server Log Component from the list and right-click and choose Start Component.
  7. Go to Window > Show View > Server Log.
  8. After the Server Log Viewer opens, you will need to configure it to the location of the application's Server Log file for your LiveCycle Server installation. You can do this by selecting the pencil icon in the top right corner of the Server Log Viewer.