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On behalf of Infoland we would like to welcome you! We are happy that you have found your way to the English Infoland Community. Do you have a question, want to share your knowledge or are you looking for relevant information about our software? Then you've come to the right place! The comm...
Yes, that is possible in a SaaS environment. At Application Management> Documents: Settings you need to set the option 'Allow reading office documents in Office Online Viewer' to 'yes'. This will replace the 'show as PDF' option with 'Show in Office Online Viewer to readers:'
You can find that option in the following place:Go to -> Application Management -> Documents: Review Templates Click on the appropriate review template Scroll to the heading "Instructions" and click on "Edit"
You do this via a so-called "recommended link":Go to -> Application Management -> Portals: Search Management Find the relevant search term and click on it Add a recommended link and click OKTip: it is possible to link multiple recommended links to the same search termImportant: A recommended l...
Set the "Only items without sub items may be selected" on the tab "Subjects" from the Case type Tip: pay close attention to the permissions / roles distribution on the "Permissions" tab of the case type.
In the iProva Web Parts a “security exception” is displayed with the text “The user is not known in the system”. The problem is that the login code of the current SharePoint user does not exist in iProva.Open het knowledge base article..
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De crawl log van de iProva content source toont de foutmelding:
Error while crawling LOB contents. ( Error caused by exception: Microsoft.BusinessData.Infrastructure.AccessDeniedException Access denied by Business Data Connectivity; SearchID = xxxxxxx-xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxx )
What can you do to keep the data in your iProva SaaS environment as safe as possible? This document describes things that you can arrange yourself, including: Strong passwords and 2-step authentication, restriction based on IP addresses, access by “All users” and / or “Anonymous user” and Access to...
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