Known issues and limitations

Before you begin using AEM Forms as a Cloud Service, review the following known issues and limitations:

Known issues

  • Do not add and run a test that submits an Adaptive Form from a publish instance to an AEM Workflow running on an Author instance until further notice.

  • When you import an Adaptive Form that uses a template containing the Save button, the Save button continues to appear in the Adaptive Form even after it is removed from corresponding template. Remove the Save button from your Adaptive Forms before publishing it. Keep an eye on release notes for the availability of the Forms Portal and Save as a draft feature to restore and use the button.

  • The Set variable step of AEM Workflows does not support variables of type array list. You can use the process step to set variables of type array list.

  • When you submit an adaptive form containing a standard HTML upload field from an Apple iOS device the content of the file are not sent and a 0 byte file is received at the other end. The issue occurs intermittently and only on using synchronous submission. This is a known issue in Apple iOS.

  • When you submit a form containing a standard HTML upload field from an Apple iOS device, sometimes, the content of the file are not sent and a 0 byte file is received at the other end. This is a known issue in Apple iOS. FB9117687

Limitations

  • Support for XFA-based Adaptive Forms is not available out of the box. If you intend to use XFA-based Adaptive Forms, contact Adobe Support with details of your use case and specific requirements.

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