Form Designer hangs when attempting to publish a form
When attempting to publish a
form in Form Designer to the XPA form Server it hangs. The progress bar goes to
approximately 70 percent then just hangs there.
There is a bad file
association with the .jnlp extension.
In order for The form
designer to publish properly it needs to be set to javaws.exe.
On the workstation running Form
the version of Java being used is 7. If not, install Java version 7.
any Javaw.exe processes that are running.
the Processes tab, search for javaw.exe processes.
Note: There may
be more than one Javaw.exe process.
sure you select all javaw.exe.
the System Environment Variable to point to Java 7 32-bit install directory.
Note: This also applies to 64 bit environments.
Start | Computer.
Computer | Properties.
Advanced system settings. The System Properties window displays.
the Advanced tab click the Environment Variable button. The Environment
Variable window displays.
the System Variables box, find and then double-click JAVA_HOME. The Edit
System Variable window displays.
that you are looking at the System
Variables (not a user variable box).
Variable Name box should display JAVA_HOME.
Variable Value box may need to be edited to match the following example.
Example: c:\Program Files
Note: Do not use the JAVA located C:\Program Files
(x86)\Xerox\XPA\FormDesigner\jre that is a 64 bit version.
information on this can be found on
page 2-12 of the XPA_Guide.
the OK button.
publishing the eForm again or launching the Management Console to see if this
resolves the issue. (If issue persists proceed to step 2).
the Java Security Setting.
Warning: Only the Network Administrator should change this security setting.
Start | Control Panel | double-click Java. The Java Control Panel
the Security tab.
to Security Level select Medium.
that your DocuShare Form Server is listed in the Exception Site List.
Note: If your site is not listed add it by clicking the Edit Site List.
Example: Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. Error! Hyperlink
reference not valid.>
the OK button.
the Java Settings in the Control Panel.
the Control Panel and double click Java.
b. Select the Java tab
and click the View button. The Java Runtime Environment Settings window.
c. Select the User
tab, place a checkmark in the checkbox next to Java 1.6 (Usually 1.6 is
listed under the Platform section.
d. Remove checkmarks from
any other Java installations that are displayed.
publishing a form again.
Updated: September 13, 2016
Solution ID: 1701