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  1. Mark Sollis

    Cert Numbers

    Hi Pete Don't know the specifics for TW products as I'm not a low level user operationally I'll nudge @Philr as he is a top bloke on these things and hopefully he can clarify PS - I'd be surprised if this is anything to do with OpenSuite as they're not related
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    open word templates

    Hi Nigel You can right click the keyword / IF command and use "Edit Field". This will allow you to manually edit the content - but can be a bit flakey and of course, there is no validation at this point. I often use this method - for the reasons you have mentioned - but have had issues on occasion. Save a copy and give it a go Hope this helps
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    Export notes from diary page

    Hi Grant - and welcome to the Forum The Diary Events are classed as Event Frames on the system and are defined on Menu 4 (Maintenance Menu) in the Frame Module Maintenance option. There is an option to "print" the Event frame - which should give you the Field names you are looking for More tricky, is the ability to extract the data once you have the field names, but it can be done in a number of ways, one being via a document / letter, using the back office system or even OpenWord. Hope this helps and let us know how you get on with this "Data Access Request"
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    Yes - sorry - getting my OCP / ODC /OPM confused OPM allows trigger docs - as long as you dont want to add / review prior ?
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    That's using ODC I believe - and suspect poor @Philr either hasn't spent his cash on that - or if he has - hasn't set it up yet
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    ... and I think that's a setting in the OpenSuite config file ....
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    @Philr may be able to help - he is the User Group IPID man!
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    Also - once confirmed and tested, make sure you can access the service outside of your local network If it cant be connected likely it is a firewall / port issue that you will need your IT / Infrastructure team to allow access to That can be a little painful too ... M
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    Hi Emily - that's a great use for XStream and there are lots of posts here in the Forum covering a range of areas on XStream use Given where you are in the XStream process right now I'd suggest a couple of important steps ... 1 - Ask OGI support to confirm that the XStream service is still configured correctly and proven as working You can waste hours, days and weeks trying to connect to the service and still have issues because it's no longer set up correctly or your infrastructure has changed. Get them to test it and to prove it and make sure you have the access details as well (IP and Port numbers etc) 2 - Use a tool like SOAPUI This will allow you to test the processes outside of the web page and confirm the XStream service is working as expected Step 1 is a must Happy to assist further if I can! Mark www.OneFiftyPercent.com
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    Mobius and Cloud

    Great points made - and welcome to the Forum! I’ve done a few loops round many a boardroom table on the cloud vs local debate. As you rightly point out - you can have as much redundancy as you want in the Datacentre - but what about accessing it in the first place? As you mention, if you only have 1 firewall / switch / leased line / then there’s a point of failure inbuilt. Just because it’s “cloud” doesn’t mean to say it’s “Safe” And let’s just overlook the whole local and remote SLAs to go with any architecture. M OneFiftyPercent.com
  11. "Option 72 APM Prospect Control" - what a load of b$@#>^&* Tell me you know someone who has used this - and why?
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    Issue with Open Attach

    Hi Debra I've not come across any corruption issues before - so can't give any specific answers. This sort of thing may happen for lots of reasons - none of which easy to pin down:- security settings / version differences (OpenAttach / Scan software / PC Windows or Operating system Vs / Adobe / Java etc etc). You really need to be able to pin down when / for whom this happens - as I suspect it will be not across all machines all the time and get to the problem once you know where it is. Tricky indeed ... You don't mention "how" the PDF gets to OpenAttach - is it copied / dragged / Imported as all may have an impact. Also - would be good to know "when" it gets corrupted. That means everyone checking post allocation that you can read it - which is painful I know - but it may be corrupted BEFORE it even hits OpeanAttach - all part of the investigation process I'm afraid. OpenAttach has never been the fastest tool to retrieve documents - but should be usable. Areas to look at here are the file sizes being generated by your scan stations (any more than a few hundred k will be an issue and a waste of space. Secondly folder sizes and volume of documents. OA has to read the whole directory before displaying the list - and that can take time with a few hundred in a folder. Finally - it may just come down to the OA server set-up. (i) Are they stored on the OGI server or a dedicated Windows server (ii) if the latter - is it a DEDICATED server - or is it doing other things as well (iii) is the server physically located in your office - or remote? Intermittent problems are always hard to track down the root cause - but the speed may be more easily investigated as above If all else fails - it's back to OGI I'm afraid - they should spot the issues ...... eventually ? Meanwhile - let me know any more info around the above and happy to help further if I can M
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    Data Protection Act 2018

    Hi Lisa - thanks for the question Looks like this has not gained much response !! Always a tricky area I'm no compliance advisor - so you will need to take better advice. However as a minimum (DPA or GDPR ) you have to prove you have a lawful basis - and that you have a process for those wishing to opt out - even if there are consequences given you are holding their Insurance And when you are no longer holding their (current) policy - then what? What is your documented process for removal of their data you no longer "need"? How can they access it? How can they port it elsewhere? Maybe someone can give a more lucid / generic answer from the coalface - but you really need to take good advice from a good source. Are you a network member and / or do you have a compliance point of reference (other than ICO)?
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    GDPR - Consent Data Capture

    Nice one Karl - Just how a good solution should be built!! Shame GETREPLY and INPUT screens are not part of core calcs though ? Thanks for sharing
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    BIBA 2018