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Your company uses IBM Lotus Notes databases to store important files. You need a way to deliver these files to mobile devices, easy and secure without building mobile apps. ...

Your company uses IBM Lotus Notes databases to store important files. You need a way to deliver these files to mobile devices, easy and secure without building mobile apps.

With File Jockey this is easy.

File Jockey allows clients to sync the files stored in Notes databases to mobile devices over the WebDAV protocol. You can use any app on Android or iOS that supports WebDAV, for example Goodreader on iOS or Foldersync on Android. Any Notes database design is supported. All you need to do is install File Jockey on a Domino server and engage.

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  • Releasing files in any Notes database to mobile devices with File Jockey Marten Vosmer posted this on March, 2013 Use the DocAs app on the iPad with File Jockey to sign documents and upload them Your company uses IBM Lotus Notes databases to store important files. You need a way to deliver these files to mobile devices, easy and secure, without building mobile apps. With File Jockey this is easy. File Jockey allows clients to sync the files stored in Notes databases to mobile devices over the WebDAV protocol. You can use any app on Android or iOS that supports WebDAV, for example Goodreader on iOS or Foldersync on Android. Any Notes database design is supported. All you need to do is install File Jockey on a Domino server and engage. Please read on how to set it up. I used the XPages Documentation Wiki from openntf to create a Notes database holding files. I added a few test documents to this database holding one or multiple files. Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • The next thing I must do is create a folder structure in this database. I copied the folder part from the mail85 design to the outline in this Notes database to display the folders. Next I created a few sub folders and I added the already created documents to the folders. File Jockey can only display document hierarchies by using folders structures. It's no problem if you create this folder structure under water in your application based on certain settings you may choose (this can be done by agents, so you have to do some development here later on). Now I have to install File Jockey software on a Domino server;   The installation guide, download and 1 free user licence I am not going to explain the installation of File Jockey, I will continue setting up this DominoWiki in File Jockey. In File Jockey you will have to create a new repository to link to your DominoWiki Notes database folder Files. Save and close and restart the HTTP task on the Domino server running File Jockey. Let’s use Foldersync on Android to download the files now. Details on using Android Foldersync with File Jockey Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • I will continue the quick setup now. Under accounts create a new account type WebDAV Under Folder pairs create a new folder pair. Tap on Remote folder and this will show you the Folders in the Domino Wiki if you have setup File Jockey properly. If not please consult this Troubleshooting File Jockey Page You will also see the sub folders. I will select the Files folder for now. Set the other stuff and save the folder pair. File Jockey supports 2 way sync. Let's hit the round going arrows to start the sync Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com View slide
  • Let's go to the file manager and you will see the files in the same structure as listed in the Notes database. Now when the files and folders are changed these changes will be replicated tot the user's mobile device each time the user does a sync operation. You may use any WebDAV client of your choice on the iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, Windows and Linux PC. File Jockey supports Notes databases, IBM Lotus Quickr and IBM Connections. Enjoy! File Jockey is the missing link between mobile device and IBM. We have written several other manuals in using apps combined with File Jockey and IBM Connections and Quickr. More details about the File Jockey software can be found on http://www.file-jockey.com Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com View slide
  • Manuals iPad iPhone and Android Collaboration Quickr / Connections Make paper a memory with Notability, IBM Connections and File Jockey Paperless meetings with iPad Goodreader and IBM Connections community files Working with Office documents on your iPad and saving them directly in IBM Connections with File Jockey Lotus Notes databases Upload photo's from mobile device directly into Notes mail file folder Releasing files in any Notes database to mobile devices with File Jockey Manage your documents in IBM Connections with File Jockey and Readdle Documents Signing and storing of legal documents in IBM Connections Paperless meetings with Android FolderSync, IBM Connections and File Jockey Notability for iPhone How To Increase Lotus Notes & Quickr Mobile User Adoption Windows Archive your Quickr places or Connections communities Sync files between IBM Connections, file server, Quickr, Dropbox and many more cloud file storage solutions Network drive directly to the files in IBM Connections WebDAV clients for Windows 7 Automatic sync of your IBM Connections files to a folder on your computer (for Windows, Mac and Linux) Windows WebDAV client Total Commander Mac Working with WebDAV on a Mac Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com