[ngw] Top 10 GroupWise DMS enhancement wish list (was doc man reports)

Peter Van Lone petervl at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 17:39:06 UTC 2009


reporting would entail some sort of "ODBC"-like capability. So that
that database front-ends could query for info. How cool would that be?


On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Peter Van Lone <petervl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Chad has most of it, I think ...
>
> easier restores, which for me means that we should be able to query
> and get info on docs without a doc reference being available --
>
> reports on docs, including custom properties, etc
>
> full integration with web access, so that we can not only add but
> check out docs, and also can see and manipulate all properties. Wow -
> how cool would that be? GW Web as a kind of Teaming add-in (and shit
> -- why not have teaming understand GW doc libs, and be able to work
> with them bi-directionally?)
>
> Enhanced librarian functionality
>
>
> On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Chad Leeper <chad at capitalcityfruit.com> wrote:
>> 1.  Simplify restore of documents.  (Similar to reload)
>> 2.  Ability to have an option when sharing a folder with a user to automatically grant that user rights to all docs within the folder
>> 3.  To be able to open, edit, and return docs to library within Web access.  (this might be outside of the scope of this email but, a guy can dream:)
>> 4.  Be able to drag and drop docs out of DMS onto the desktop (or another folder)
>>
>>
>> I am sure more will come to mind.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> /Chad
>>
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