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I studied this this page which has information regarding the Connect to SharePoint module: https://start.docuware.com/connect-to-sharepoint
How does this module work? It seems to provide ways to move and save files directly from SharePoint to DocuWare. It also says: " Securely archive, index, search and apply workflow to any SharePoint document within DocuWare for smarter, integrated, compliant business automation.
" Does this mean that the indexing, searching and workflows do not apply to the documents in SharePoint, they only work then the documents are moved to DocuWare from Sharepoint?
A prospect asked us this question. Is it possible to integrate files in Sharepoint to be searchable and otherwise usable in Cloud DocuWare, without moving them to DocuWare itself, so that the files do not use the storage of the DocuWare system itself. Is this possible with Connect To Sharepoint?
Regarding this, is it also possible to do with a physical server which resides in a data center. So that the files reside physically in a server in a data center, but that the files are visible, readable, searchable and usable in a Cloud DocuWare?
I am having a problem with Validated ID and updating index fields. If I have understood correctly, in the first "Assign Data" activity, the variable "StatusFieldName" should be a fixed entry, where you input the name of the index field you want to feed new data in. My entry to the "StatusFieldName" is "Signed" without brackets, as that is the name of the index field I want to enter data. In "FailureStatusValue" my entry is "Rejected" and "SuccessStatusValue" entry is "Signed", all without brackets. When these entires are assigned, the workflow fails. When I leave these three unfilled, I get the validation email successfully.
When testing, we got the following result message:"Please correct the following DocuWare configuration issues to allow DocuWare Electronic Signature to function properly: Field Signed does not exist or user does not have read permission."