The full scope of the Unicode capabilities of enaio® webclient, desktop application of enaio® webclient, and enaio® mobile can be used with enaio® version 10.0. In addition to the previously existing Unicode capabilities, support is now provided for multilingual index data forms and user names with Unicode characters.
Prerequisites for the use of Unicode characters are an appropriately configured operating system and customized databases.
It is now possible to create users who have to change the password the first time they log in to enaio® webclient, desktop application of enaio® webclient, or enaio® mobile with enaio® version 10.0. This one-time password only enables users to set a new password that will allow them to work in enaio® (see One-Time Password). The behavior can be controlled via the server settings in enaio® enterprise-manager.
enaio® webclient, desktop application of enaio® webclient, and enaio® mobile detect when a password has expired with the release of enaio® version 10.0. In this case, users will be prompted to choose a new password.
You can now control the language selection for the user interface and for the object definition separately in enaio® webclient, desktop application of enaio® webclient, and enaio® mobile, similar to in enaio® client. The functions for language selection can be found in the settings menu of enaio® webclient (see Changing the Display Language).
New System Roles for Exporting Index Data and Document Contents
New system roles have been introduced in enaio® for the export function for index data and document contents. The previous Export objects system role is now called Export document contents (see Exporting Document Contents). There is now a separate system role Export index data in order to export index data, in addition to this system role. Both actions can be managed separately in this manner. The Export index data system role enables enaio® webclient, desktop application of enaio® webclient, and enaio® mobile users to export index data from a hit list or a filing location via the context menu (see Exporting Index Data).
Integrating Microsoft Office 365
It is possible to integrate Microsoft Office 365 in enaio® webclient and in desktop application of enaio® webclient starting with the release of enaio® version 10.0. This integration enables enaio® users to create and edit Office 365 documents individually and collectively in enaio® webclient and in the desktop application of enaio® webclient and file the changes directly in the enaio® filing system.
The administrator takes care of the integration. Office 365 functionality is made available via a dashlet in the content preview of enaio® webclient and desktop application of enaio® webclient. Click a button in the dashlet to edit Office 365 documents. The corresponding editor (for example, Word or Excel) then opens in a new browser tab. When the browser tab is closed, the document is stored and filed in enaio® (see Integrating Microsoft Office 365).
For other document types, the behavior of the content preview remains unchanged.