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Document management (docflow) in the TeamWox system

Tradiz
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Tradiz 12/06/2010 23:03 | #

Hi,

The first task:

We need to move the "teamwox groupware installation path"/data/documents from its current place (at C:/program files/teamwox/data/documents) to a new location:

F:/data/documents

Is this possible? Or do we need to move the /data folder? in any case, how do we do that? Which files to update (config files) after we've moved the appropriate folder.

The Second Task:

When /data/documents are moved over, How do we add the 240 GB of files we have, over WebDav? any other solution?

Third Task:

We are using OpenOffice how can we / you update the file extension manager so it opens up the file instead of just "downloading" them?


Best Regards


TradiZ

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AgentRX
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AgentRX 14/06/2010 14:29 | #
Tradiz:

Hi,

The first task:

We need to move the "teamwox groupware installation path"/data/documents from its current place (at C:/program files/teamwox/data/documents) to a new location:

F:/data/documents

Is this possible? Or do we need to move the /data folder? in any case, how do we do that? Which files to update (config files) after we've moved the appropriate folder.

Hello, Tradiz.

If you want to move the Documents folder to the another hard disk, you should mount he disk as your NTFS folder "C:/program files/teamwox/data/documents". Unfortunately, it's not possible to move the Documents or datas folder from the TeamWox groupware directory.

Or you can move your TeamWox groupware server to the another disk.

When /data/documents are moved over, How do we add the 240 GB of files we have, over WebDav? any other solution?

Yes, you can do it over WebDAV. You can't do it just by copying the files because the TeamWox server data is crypted in its own format.

We are using OpenOffice how can we / you update the file extension manager so it opens up the file instead of just "downloading" them?

You can open OpenOffice documents via a WebDAV like simple files. Unfortunately web browsers don't allow you to open docs directly (exept MS Office formats + Internet Explorer + ActiveX plugin)


Best Regards,
Andrey Pogoreltsev.

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