The recommended approach to do this is that you create an integration that will access your local file syste, there is a working sample in the AutoVue distribution of the ISDK
But before you embark into that path, you might want to review your use case first
if AutoVue CS the best option for you?
Have you reviewed AutoVue Desktop Deployment?
I just run into the exact same problem as you have.
My company use a custom web application to allow users to view confidential files stored on our servers. With the new Autovue, we had to change our architecture. We developped a new software that copy the confidential files into specific folders on our IIS public share. Then we tune the new folder to be browsable only by the authorised user.
The main problem we have with the given workaround is that we use no java web server, only IIS. Can we still create some ISDK ? Did it worked for you ?
AutoVue recommendation to handle server side files is to create an integration, most of the code is already available in an code sample (FileSystem based) that is part of the ISDK
Hi Ricardo AV,
can you tell me where to find the code samples for document integration on the autovue server?
I am not able to find it.
All Orcale software is available through edelivery
the ISDK is part of your AutoVue distribution, so if you downloaded an AutoVue version, you already have the ISDK
Please refer to the related documentation if you need to set it up or start developing with it
Thank you Ricardo.
I have one more question. I have installed the AutoVue Client / Server version. AutoVue is running already correctly.
To implement the ISDK filesys sample, do you know where to find the "installer to extract all necessary files" as written in document E49268_01 page 9?
I gues this is the starting point for installing and configuring the ISDK filesys example.
Looking forwared to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
It is part of the edelivery bundle you downloaded (link above)
It is a separate installer
Oracle AutoVue (20.2.2) Media Pack v1 for Microsoft Windows (32-bit)
Okay I found it, thank you very much Ricardo
Have a nice day.
do you know if there is any AutoVue-method to put in the binary data of a file and so open the file in AutoVue?
We do not modify in an way the original file, no methods to modify the document exist inside AutoVue