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Adobe LiveCycle was a suite of server-based Java EE applications from Adobe to automate business processes for enterprises and government agencies.

Product historyEdit

The LiveCycle line began as a key component of Adobe Document Services,[1] which was announced on June 8, 2004.[2][3] Electronic forms for LiveCycle were developed by Indigo Pacific,[4] founded by the staff that originally created the technology that became Adobe Central Output Server.[5]

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ProductsEdit

DiscontinuationEdit

In 2014, LiveCycle was superseded by Adobe Experience Manager Forms.[3] Core support for LiveCycle ES4 ended in March 2018.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Document Services, Adobe Systems. Archived 2004-06-09.
  2. Adobe Enterprise Server and DesignTools, Adobe Systems. Archived 2004-06-13.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Adobe LiveCycle is now Adobe Experience Manager Forms, Adobe. Archived 2019-04-21.
  4. Adobe LiveCycle: Red Tape Slashed for SMBs with Government switch to Intelligent Forms, Adobe Magazine. Spring 2005.
  5. About Us, Indigo Pacific. Archived 2010-11-23.
  6. Adobe Announces LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3, Adobe Systems. 2012-03-13. Archived 2012-03-14.
  7. Core support for Adobe LiveCycle ES4 ends March 2018., Adobe. Archived 2018-04-14.

External linksEdit

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Adobe LiveCycle
ES · ES2 (ES2.5) · ES3 · ES4
Central Output Server   |   LiveCycle Assembler   |   LiveCycle Designer   |   LiveCycle Document Security
LiveCycle PDF Generator   |   LiveCycle Policy Server   |   LiveCycle Workbench
Replaced by Adobe Experience Manager Forms in 2014
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