With TSG now part of the Alfresco family, we want to give new and existing Alfresco customers an idea of how to do more with your existing Alfresco deployment. In our previous post, we presented an overview of OCMS and OpenAnnotate. This post cover a deep-dive video into OpenAnnotate, along with links for further reading […]
During a demo this week for a potential OpenAnnotate redaction customer, the question was raised “So you guys don’t do redaction like the lawyer’s for Paul Manafort did, do you?”. To help understand the best way to redact PDF documents to avoid the issue of the unsuccessful redaction, we thought we would provide some additional […]
Many users rely on PDF viewing, annotation, and manipulation tools when working with documents, especially in case management scenarios such as policy and claim document management within the Insurance industry. In many of these systems, users are forced to download PDFs to the local machine in order to work with the document within Adobe Acrobat. […]
Currently TSG is working with several clients who are looking to move away from FileNet to AWS S3 and/or a modern ECM. A unique requirements is that the migration includes both documents and annotations. In a previous post, we wrote about migrating from FileNet to AWS S3 and focused on how to move the documents […]
We’ve recently added the ability for an Active Wizard form to use an Adobe Form as a template for PDF output.
We met with a client this week that is evaluating the Active Wizard for an electronic forms infrastructure to replace many paper, Word and PDF forms within the organization. The Active Wizard is TSG’s most popular Open Source offering (currently on version 4.0). This post will present the “high priority” requirements along with our thoughts […]
TSG recently worked with a client with requirements to store Adobe InDesign files within Alfresco. Adobe InDesign allows for the design and creation of various page layouts for print or digital distribution. Pages may be comprised of various components, including fonts, images, videos, and audio. Hence, a single InDesign file may be contain a single […]
Similar to our Open Source efforts, most of our ideas for posts come from clients. For this post, we will address a question from a client evaluating Adobe LiveCycle ES2 and TSG’s Active Wizard as part of a forms effort. “In a nutshell, what are the differences between Adobe LiveCycle and Active Wizard?” This is […]
To give an update on the Active Wizard Enhancements we were working on last month, we recently finished up all development and testing of the Flex-based checkin/checkout interface against Documentum. We delivered to our client this week, but I wanted to share some of the challenges we ran into, specifically related to running an application using Flash.