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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.

Please read on how to set it up.

>>> http://www.file-jockey.com/upload-photos/

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  • 1. Upload photo's from mobile device directly into Notes mail file folder Marten Vosmer posted this on April, 2013 Suppose your company is a project building company. The project manager must be able to take photos of the building projects and send these photos directly to a central Lotus Notes project mail file. Easy and secure without building mobile apps. The project manager can take photos with the iPad, iPhone or Android device. Then, with top business apps like Goodreader for Apple or FolderSync for Android, he will be able take and manage the photos on the mobile device. When all the pictures are organized, with one press on a button, he will be able to send the photo´s directly to a folder in the central Lotus Notes project mail database. With File Jockey this is easy. File Jockey allows clients to sync files between Notes databases and 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. First we need to create a folder called Photos in a Lotus Notes mail file. Now I have to install File Jockey software on a Domino server. The installation guide, download and 1 free user licence can be found here. In this blog I am not explaining the installation of File Jockey, I will continue setting up this project mail file in File Jockey. In File Jockey you will have to create a new repository to link to your project mail file folder Photos. Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 2. Save, close this repository document and restart the HTTP task on the Domino server running File Jockey to activate your new repository. Let’s use Goodreader on the iPhone to work with the Photos folder. You can do the same with Android Foldersync, an example of FolderSync use case is listed here. Let’s setup the Goodreader on iPhone to sync with the Notes mail file via File Jockey. Press on Web Downloads Press Connect to servers Choose WebDAV server Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 3. Enter the server details, the URL will end with servlet/webdav/photos A server connection is created When you click on Project photo's you will see the folder Photos located in the Notes mail file. Please select it once so it turns green and then press sync button. Sync the folder Photos to the My Documents in the Goodreader Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 4. The sync settings are ready (disable cookies) and press the sync button The sync is ready and we are back in the start folder of Goodreader Now when I press on My Documents I will see the Photos folder (which is empty in this example). Now with Goodreader I can create a few folders Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 5. I am creating these 3 folders, for each project a folder Now let’s create a few pictures of the project sites with the iPhones camera. Then you must import these pictures into the Goodreader, the Goodreader home screen has the option Import pictures. I choose the right pictures and then the pictures are added Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 6. Now it’s time to move the picture to the right folder, so press on actions And you may select pictures and at the bottom you have loads of options what to do with the file, in this case I am going to move the file to the right folder. Let’s move this picture to the folder Project Bouwstede. Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 7. Do the same with the other pictures. You may choose to rename pictures if you like Back to the home screen and choose Web Downloads When you scroll to the bottom you will find a nice green Sync button to sync the local folder to the server Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 8. Watch the magic The photos are listed as email documents in the folders in the project mail database Marten Vosmer: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 9. You will get two errors tell you the form is not present when you open the document in the folder holding the picture. This is normal behavior. You could create an agent to set the folder on these kinds of documents. I hope you enjoyed this example. . 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: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • 10. Manuals Collaboration Quickr / Connections Make paper a memory with Notability, IBM Connections and File Jockey iPad iPhone Paperless meetings with iPad Goodreader and IBM Connections community files and Android 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 Read, annotate, sign, … PDF’s from IBM environments, with PDF Expert and File Jockey 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: +31 622 473 076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com