I think I have this figured out. I can't write the table field data in the workflow back to the table field in the cabinet, but I can write columns of the table data to index items or workflow variables using an arithmetic expression.
I think I fixed the other issue also by not requiring any columns in the table field for the store dialog I was using.
Can we force Windows account login and not allow DocuWare account login to the web client? I found where we can use a different URL with ntlm in it to automatically use the Windows Login, but once logged in, if you logout, you are then able to choose DocuWare account to login. Is there a way to remove that option?
We have a compliance issue we are trying to resolve. Our staff are now required to change passwords every 90 days to meet the compliance regulation. Currently they login with the Windows account login and most don't even know their DocuWare password. If we could require Windows Login, then we don't need to make them change their DocuWare password. Otherwise, we'll have to force them to change a password they never use and don't even know, every 90 days.
I guess that leads to another question. If their DocuWare password expires after 90 days, can they still login using the Windows account, even without changing their DocuWare password? Or does that password expiration actually lock the account? That leads to another thought, if we turn on secure passwords, does that then become the only login option, and they cannot use the windows account login?
I have a certain DocuWare Printer job setup that after being processed correctly, never removes the folder and files from the Jobs directory. I have numerous other Printer jobs setup which all clear from the Jobs directory after processing, but this particular one does not.
It is not creating an issue, it is just strange behavior. I have tried clearing the Jobs folder, deleting the SDF file, and restarting the services, with no change to the behavior. It is probably my most complex Printer job, and is used sometimes frequently, so files can add up in the Jobs folder.
Will DW 6.12 or 7 be compatible with SQL 2017? The system requirements I could find only show compatibility with SQL 2016.
I ran the upgrade simulation today (v6.11 to v6.12) and it showed this warning:
Warning: Unsupported schedule for deletion policies. Reactivate your deletion policy in the DocuWare configuration.
It listed this twice, but then said Successfully finished. I'm planning to upgrade next week. Do I need to resolve this warning? How and where can I resolve this? I can't find anything in Administration or Configuration on deletion policies.