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The fastest way your clients can receive documents is for you to have already sent them. 

With WD+ important documents are already accessible on-demand the moment they are created.

 

 
 

 
 
 
 

1:  The Clients will go to the web site http://mysite.wdhost1.net. At this point they will be required to enter a unique User ID & Password. 

Based on their User ID, the cabinets/reports that they have rights to will be available to search on. When a cabinet/report is selected, any number of field values may or may not be required to initiate the search.

After entering the required fields and submitting the search, the process will return either the DataStore Report PDF, the PaperStore Images, or both.

2.  Spooled print files and images are FTP'd to the Secured FTP server.  The Middleware programs will communicate with the FTP Server and move the information to the appropriate folders.

3.  The Web search for a "Report" is performed by the Requestor agent. The Requestor agent submits the call to the DataStore server.  The DataStore Server will act upon the request, fulfilling a valid request, and store it as a PDF in a temporary folder. 

The Web Docs search page will keep checking this temporary folder until it either sees an "invalid search notification", or the requested PDF document.   It will then return the PDF to the Web Docs TomCat Server, and load it into the search page.

4.  The Web search for "Image" information is different than a search for a Report. 

The search request is sent directly to the database. The search criteria has already been defined by how the data is loaded into the image database. 

The Web Docs search page submits the request to the database. If it is invalid it will return a "invalid search notification", or it will return the requested image/s and load them into the search page.

 


 

 
 
 

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