n2pdf 6.0 – What’s new with n2pdf Archive?
With the release of n2pdf 6.0 in spring this year, n2pdf Archive was also modernized. The following functions are now available in an optimized form:
- Extraction function of design information from databases for visual reproduction in the display program of n2pdf Archive Search & View
- n2pdf Search & View also allows the display form “view mode”: This means: display based on the design export. Elements such as categories, response documents or column definitions are displayed.
- In addition, n2pdf Archive provides a new function for creating links for duplicates of documents that have already been converted, such as
- Innovative completeness check ensures that all documents in the database are converted
- In addition: function for automatic selection of all views for database export
- In addition, you can now define a blacklist for file attachments and archive formats, i.e. exclude certain attachments and formats for database export.
All in all, it must be emphasized that the display was visually adapted to the original IBM Notes. This means that users feel right at home and can navigate better and faster.
What is n2pdf Archive used for?
n2pdf Archive is the complete solution for archiving content from IBM Notes and attachments in PDF and PDF/A format. As a server task on the Domino server and with configuration via Notes documents, complete PDF archives can be created from Notes applications or Notes mailboxes.
n2pdf is therefore ideally suited as a tool for creating PDF/A documents and thus represents a tool that supports companies in optimally implementing “electronic archiving” or the migration of mail and groupware applications to another platform.
Searchability of archives
It is important that archived data can be retrieved quickly and easily at any time afterwards. Therefore n2pdf Archive was equipped with a function for full text indexing and display, which is comparable to the IBM Notes full text search. However, the speed is faster and one can work with free input or targeted search in the metadata.