Release news

Release news

Post by eDoc » Thu, 29 Jul 2004 23:30:40


Hello everyone,

I just wanted to inform you all that we have released the Windows edition of
eDocShare.

eDocShare is a very simple, scalable and functional document management
system. Some features include:

- Revision Control
- Document Subscription
- Folder/Document/User Security
- Windows Explorer type interface
- eDocShare DLL to help develop your own custom solutions in-house.
- SQL Server or MSDE
- Activity/history reporting
- and more.

You can download a copy from our website at www.edocshare.com Give it a try
and send us your feedback!

eDoc
 
 
 

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Post by Russell » Fri, 30 Jul 2004 05:27:28

Question: How is the document retrieved from storage? Is a UNC simply
passed to the client meaning the client has full access to the repository,
or is there a special service on a server that retrieves the document from a
location that can be hidden from all users?




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Post by eDoc » Fri, 30 Jul 2004 06:47:59

Hi Russell,

The documents are not stored in a public repository. The client passes the
request along to the server, the server validates the user/request, etc.
retrieves the document and passes it back to the client. An example of a
setup would be:

eDocShare client is installed on a users PC in Seattle, the server could
technically be located in Chicago (this ability is removed from the trial,
it will only run on your local network). Although the users can not
directly access the documents on the server, if you're *real* worried about
it, you could move the documents off the web server and located them on a
server elsewhere on the network, eDocShare would then need to be setup to
use *impersonation*, which is difficult to setup, but we have done it
before.

Regards,
eDoc




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Post by Russell » Fri, 30 Jul 2004 13:13:39

Cool. It gets around one issue I have with OTG the way it's currently
setup.



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