Besides the missing document information panel, another common question about document properties is how to embed properties which come from a SharePoint column to a document template. This can easily be solved by using content types and site columns. Follow these steps:
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I will be doing a webinar on December 17, 1-2pm(EST) on “Key Success Factors for Enterprise Content Management” and thinking of it makes me look back at how technology has gone a long way in helping organizations achieve their business goals with highly-improved system of managing their corporate information.
In 2010, AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) defined the term Enterprise Content Management as:
“…the strategies, methods and tools used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM covers the management of information within the entire scope of an enterprise whether that information is in the form of a paper document, an electronic file, a database print stream, or even an email.”
What are the benefits of adapting a well-designed Enterprise Content Management? Who benefits from ECM, and how? Organizations from various industries, such as Pharmaceutical, Legal, Finance, Telecommunications, Educational, and even the Government are now realizing the value of a well-defined content management for optimum productivity. In the webinar, we are going to discuss some examples of real-world Content Management cases, including document classification, sharing, collaboration, and governance and we’ll demonstrate how Content Analytics plays a vital role in providing solutions for each scenario.
To register and learn more about the webinar, please click here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/849816879#
- Go to the ‘Metadata Properties’ list, open the IsDocument property, and set it’s ‘Allow this property to be used in scopes’ property.
- Save the changes.
- Go to the ‘Scopes’ page and click ‘New Scope’.
- Set the title of the new scope to ‘Documents’.
- After saving and creating the new scope, add a rule with the following settings:
- Sope Rule Type: Property Query
- Property query: IsDocument = 1.
- Behavior: Include.
- Go back to the Search Administration page, and start an update for the scopes manually (‘Start update now’), or wait for the next scheduled update.
When choosing integration, first ask yourself what you’ll need to integrate. Documents are more than simple files. Their file format (.doxc, .txt, .pdf, etc.), content and metadata are also important. Decent DMS software handles those parts and makes them available to end users. Also determine what type of integration will best meet your business needs.
Step 0: Set the basic search
Step 1: Create lists and libraries
Step 2: Search scope settings
Step 3: Set the Property mapping
Step 4: Create custom Search page
<PropertyDefs> <PropertyDef Name="Program" DataType="text" DisplayName="Program" /> <PropertyDef Name="DocumentType" DataType="text" DisplayName="Dokumentumtípus" /> <PropertyDef Name="Construction" DataType="text" DisplayName="Konstrukció" /> </PropertyDefs>
<ResultTypes> <ResultType DisplayName="Minden eredmény" Name="default"> <PropertyRef Name="Program" /> <PropertyRef Name="Dokumentumtípus"/> <PropertyRef Name="Konstrukció" /> </ResultType> </ResultTypes>