WilComm Archive automatically captures raw application output such as purchase orders, order confirmations, invoices and statements. These are indexed automatically, making retrieval very easy. View the stored documents in the original format and optionally send on to the intended recipient.
WilComm Archive was previously called WilStore.
Due to the potentially integrated nature of this archiving component, Wilkinson decided to bring WilStore under the WilComm umbrella.
- Effective management of the business’s information through the capture, indexing and storage of electronic and physical documents and records across a range of applications including MS Office and MS Outlook
- Fast retrieval of documents and records through intelligent searching functionality
- The ability to assign custom attributes (metadata) to documents and to track changes to documents and the associated metadata over time.
- Ability for API integration into the business’s applications
- The Business can control who is permitted to access data Repositories, as Repositories may contain personal, commercial or operationally sensitive data
- Loading data into WilComm Archive via third party software
- What types of data does WilComm Archive archive?
- Where does WilComm Archive data come from?
- How to run WilComm and WilComm Archive on separate machines
- Changing access permissions in WilComm Archive
- Security Model
- Migrating from SQL Express 2005 to full SQL Server
- Populating the WilStore Address Book
- WilComm to Archive walkthrough
- Storing Paired Files (*.pdf + *.txt)
- Is an SQL licence required?
- Migrating from Redmap
Access via: http://[servername]/wilstore/wilstoreengineext/webservice.asmx
A full list of actions is available from the URL above.
Adds support for Windows 2008 and some bugfixes.
- WilComm Archive 3.1 Release Notes
- WilComm Archive 3.1 New Features
- Part of WilComm Central unified framework.
- Archive and retrieve many file types.
- This page displays a comprehensive list (though not a complete list!)
- Tips on Searching
- WilComm Archive Reindexing
- WilComm Archive Server Migration
- Bulk Document Removal
- Memo Entries
- Frequent Starting Up Database messages in Event Viewer