- Developer Notes
- Please view the opendocman.txt file in the /docs folder of the zip file for the full documentation
- Share files with departments and users
- Review option makes all new files go through review process before being published
- File expiration settings to ensure all files are updated
- Check-in/Check-out keeps documents from being overwritten
- Web Server: Apache/IIS
- MySQL: 5.0+ (4.x not supported but still probably works)
- PHP 5 (4.x not supported but still probably works)
Installation – New Installation
- Untar/Unzip files into any dir in your webserver documents dir
- Create a MySQL database, user, and password (use phpMyAdmin, mysql_setpermissions command, or mysql command)
- Make the “dataDir” folder for the files to be stored in that is NOT within the websites’ Document Root. You don’t want this folder to be accessible from someones browser directly.
example: $>mkdir /usr/locall/opendocman/data
- Ensure the permissions are correct on this folder to allow for the web server to write to it: example: $>chown apache:apache /usr/loca/opendocman/data
- Edit config.php
- (a) All parameters are commented and should be self explanatory.
- Change any that apply, especially the database parameters.
- Load the installation page in your web browser by pointing to the /install/ folder.
(ex. http://www.example.com/opendocman/install )
- Click on the new install link.
- Point your favorite webbrowser to the opendocman folder:
- Login as “admin” with NO password. After that, go to “admin->users->update->admin” and set your admin password.
- Add departments, categories, users, etc.