Chris, I ran into these issues at one point as well. Be sure the Workflow variable you create is a Keyword Type Variable and the Cabinet Index field you populate it with is a Keyword field as well. If not and one of them is a text field, it will give you strange behavior as you are seeing.
Does this mean that the onsite DW users that want to connect to the onsite DW need to install the same certificate so they can access it?
Seems to me you are trying to keep the list as shown in the picture. If I were to do this I might use a Keyword field and then in the workflow create keywork variables, populate the vairalbes and then right them to the key work field as one item per row. This would leave the basic set up the same as for re-displaying it. Would have to test it out and see what you get.
Excellent. Thanks for the super quick response and confirmation.
There is discussion of having a DocuWare Cloud account for the day to day operations and an on premise system for the long term archival storage. I see that from the cloud admin tool I can do an Export Workflow to move documents to another system and cabinet and delete them in the cloud.
I expect that I would have to be able to securely access the on premise system from the web for authentication on port 9000.
What other ports would I need open to make this work?
Are there any drawbacks to this scenario?
OK, thanks. Will proceed with caution and test before assuming it is OK. Just wanted to validate if there were any known issues.
I have a customer that wants to move the Fortis DB to a Hyper V, SQL Cluster from a regulare SQL server. Will this work or are there things to watch out for?