MacroView WISDOM Document Management Framework v6 Released


I am pleased to announce that WISDOM Document Management Framework v6  and WISDOM Message v6 are now officially released.


WISDOM DMF v6


This new version of WISDOM DMF enables the creation of SharePoint-based document management solutions that have excellent functionality and ease of use. New features in this major upgrade include:


·         Highly efficient browsing and navigation of large SharePoint 2007 document stores.


·         Drag and drop to upload files to SharePoint and move files between SharePoint libraries.


·         Streamlined meta-data capture.


·         ‘Edit Properties’ for a file now accessible from WISDOM tree-view display.


·         Extended offline operation.


·         Support for languages other than English.


·         Full .Net compliance.


·         Streamlined installation and deployment


WISDOM Message v6


Organizations around the world appreciate the way WISDOM Message improves the integration between Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint.  Improvements in WISDOM Message v6 (which are also contained in the full WISDOM DMF v6 product) include:


·         Support for a hierarchy of SharePoint Favorites.


·         ‘Email’ content type.


·         Consistent move and copy whether online or offline.


·         ‘FW:’ and ‘RE:’ ignored when sorting by Subject.


·          ‘Insert Attachment as Link’ now provides a Read/Write link to the file in SharePoint


Adobe, Save to SharePoint
MacroView has also developed a ‘Save to SharePoint’ from Adobe (Acrobat and soon Reader).  This Adobe integration will be available as an ‘optional extra’ for WISDOM DMF v6.


Download an Evaluation Copy


You can download and install WISDOM DMF v6 for evaluation using the following details:


https://moss.macroview.com.au/dmfv6


Userid:              wisdomdmf


Password:                    v6install


 


The server components will run on WSS v3 or MOSS 2007 – we suggest MOSS 2007 as more features will surface.
Client PCs can run Office 2003 or Office 2007 under Windows XP or Vista.


 


The Administration Guide available from the above site describes the installation process.


There is also a User Guide available at the site.


 


If you need further assistance, contact support@macroview.com.au

Comments (2)
  1. Susantha says:

    Hi,

    I’m Susantha, currently working in a Global IT solution company in Sri Lanka as a software engineer. But share point server is bit new for me. We are developing a web based project. We doing whatever we need in ASP.net page, and we deploy it to share point server. But we are doing that , by creating individual project per ASP.net page.

    If we need to deploy a page, we have to create a new project in .net and put that page into that project. Now I need to have two pages in same project. My problem is , if I create two pages which depend on each others, and finally deployed, will it work properly in share point server?

    Thanks &

    Regards,

    Susantha Andradi.

    Engineer – Technology,

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