LiveCycle ES2.5: Process Management Specialist

Course Length

3 days (classroom)


Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application workshop, or as a minimum skill set for this Specialist Workshop, you should be able to:

  • Create a multi-step process in Workbench
  • Configure an endpoint
  • Test and troubleshoot in Workbench
  • Invoke a process using the Task Manager Endpoint


Developers who are familiar with LiveCycle and want to further their knowledge of the LiveCycle Process Management ES2 module.


This workshop focuses on some of the more advance features of automating a user-centric process. The first two days consist of lectures and demonstrations combined with a series of exercises that build towards creating a clinical trial review process. Topics covered include dynamically assigning tasks to users, parallel routing, handling data, handling attachments, using events, participating in a process via email, and task permissions. On the third day there is a self-paced lab. During this lab, you will build a solution that meets a specific set of requirements. The workshop uses Adobe LiveCycle Workbench ES2, which is the integrated development environment (IDE) for creating LiveCycle applications. You will also spend time testing your application in Adobe LiveCycle Workspace.


The learner will develop a human-centric process to the extent that:

  • Workbench is used in a lab setting
  • Advanced functionality of the AssignTask operation is implemented
  • Advanced functionality of the Assign Multiple Tasks operation is implemented
  • XML data is used and manipulated within the process
  • Tasks are assigned dynamically to users
  • Notes and Attachments functionality is implemented
  • Task permissions are configured
  • A subprocess is invoked
  • Functionality is achieved as per lab requirements


  • Using the Gateway Element
  • Assigning Work to Multiple Users
  • Handling Data
  • Handling Task Information
  • Controlling user task permissions
  • Handling notes and attachments
  • Dynamically assigning tasks to users
  • Participating in processes via Email
  • Using Events in your process