Portford is pleased to announce the release of DocuNECT v4.8. This release has a number of new enhancements:
Introducing the Classification Module
The new classification module allows document templates to be defined that contain business rules that can identify and classify documents. The web-based classification module presents the separation to an operator to review and modify the classification.
The Document Processing Connector
In previous versions we have split out the processing of document OCR, separation and rendering. In v4.8 we have combined all the functionality into one connector called the Document Processor connector. Additionally, this connector now supports multi-processing (with an additional license) so you can scale up the through-put of document lifecycles.
Enhanced Web Services API
We have made significant enhancements to our web services SDK. In previous versions, the SDK focused on the document upload and indexing (primarily operations in the Client Tools). However, in v4.8 we have added document search and management functionality as well.
DocuNECT Performance Enhancements
Performance in DocuNECT v4.8 has also been significantly enhanced to support more document lifecycle throughput and scalability.
Enhanced Lifecycle Functionality
Enhancements have been made to the lifecycle with more settings to support the Document Processor connector and new classification module. DocScript functions (http://docunect.wikidot.com/lifecyclehelp:lifecycle-docscript-functions-v4-8) and Tags (http://docunect.wikidot.com/lifecyclehelp:lifecycle-tags-v4-8) have also been added to provide additional functionality.
Dashboards are a way to present or extend functionality within DocuNECT Web. Our standard dashboard has been enhanced to include barcode functionality and the import and export module that can be used with EMC ApplicationXtender, DocuNECT DM, and Documentum D7.
We have tested DocuNECT v4.8 against the following components:
– Microsoft Server 2012
– Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP1 and 2014
– The image viewer in DocuNECT Web now supports up to and including Java 7 Update 55
– DocuNECT Web works with Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Mozilla Firefox v29.0, and Google Chrome v35.0
– Client Tools is now compatible with Microsoft Windows v8.1
For more information on v4.8 Component Compatibility, visit the Wiki page: