1. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) www.swingsoftware.com 1) Use the navigation frame to view published documents. 2) Click on the ‘Recent Updates’ button to view most recently edited documents. Read-only users can also subscribe for RSS feeds here.
2. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) www.swingsoftware.com 3) You can also view documents using special custom views. These views can be created by the Content Manager, and show documents sorted by one of their properties. For example, you can view documents sorted by the document ‘owner’ property.
3. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) 4) Use the ‘Feedback’ link at bottom of each document to send feedback to document owner. Any feedback can also be automatically sent to users other than the document owner (this option needs to be set in the Administration area of DocPublisher.
4. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) 5) To search for a document, click on the ‘Search’ button, type the search words in the ‘Search for’ text box and press enter. 6) A list of documents containing the search phrase will be displayed while the phrase will also be highlighted in the content area.
5. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) www.swingsoftware.com 7) If needed, you can also perform search within a selected folder, and not the whole database. Just select the required folder in the drop-down box below the search text-box. Note: A document may not be available in search results immediately upon publishing, but it will become available after the database gets indexed. Database indexing occurs in regular intervals on Domino server, or manual indexing can also be performed by Conent Manager.
6. How-To: Use DocPublisher (Read-only users) www.swingsoftware.com 8) By clicking on the ‘Advanced search’ link, you can also perform search through document properties (such as document title, version, owner etc). In addition to the default document properties available in DocPublisher, search can also performed through any user defined properties (created in the Administration area). Just select a property and enter the value you are looking for. You can add additional filters to your search by clicking on the ‘Add filter’ link. 9) If needed, search results can also be sorted and the number of results limited.
7. <ul><li>What we have done: </li></ul><ul><li>We browsed through the published documentation by using the standard folder tree and also by using a custom view </li></ul><ul><li>We viewed most recent document updates and saw the RSS subscription link </li></ul><ul><li>We sent feedback to document owner and searched through documentation </li></ul><ul><li>Still to come... </li></ul><ul><li>Application settings and administration </li></ul>