"Manage Templates" privilege

Bonjour,

J'ai une question concernant le privilège "Manage Templates" sous Openlab 2.5. Il fait partie des rôles d'administration, lié au Content Management.

Savez-vous ce que permet de faire ce privilège ? Il semblerait qu'il soit lié aux modèles de rapports et séquences mais je ne vois pas quels droits il permet d'obtenir, et il n'y a pas d'explication concernant ce privilège dans l'aide en ligne.

Merci d'avance pour votre aide.

Ludivine B.

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    Hello,

    I have a question about the "Manage Templates" privilege under Openlab 2.5. It is part of the administrative roles, linked to Content Management.

    Do you know what this privilege allows you to do? It would seem that it is related to report templates and sequences but I do not see what rights it allows to obtain, and there is no explanation for this privilege in the online help.

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    Thanks in advance for your help.

  • Bonjour Ludivine,

    I was able to locate a description of this privilege in the OpenLab CDS help which reads "Manage PDF templates in Content Management". This privilege allows you to create metadata extraction field templates for PDF reports when using a content management based configuration. 

     

  • Hello,

    Thank you for your answer.
    But I don't understand how to create these metadata extraction fields, should we do it from the database?
    I don't see where is the function that allows to do this.

    Thank you in advance,

    Ludivine B.

  • Hello,

    You would need to have the full licensing for ECM XT and then have installed the PDF Template Plug-In for Adobe Acrobat. This also requires full adobe acrobat on a client to create the templates. The plug-in is only for client server installs and typically if you had purchased it the software would have been installed by the IES team.

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