How to use the "Web Folders" from Mac OS

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You can use cloud file manager as a web folder (webDAV) on Mac by "Map network drive" lunching Finder and choosing the menu item "connect to server" from the "Go" menu.

Connect to server

 Choose "Connect to a server"

Connect to server dialog

 

Then enter the URL of your Job Track server https://hostname/dav 

You'll then be asked for your user name and password:- 

 Enter your user name password

Now the files will be listed as if they were local to the Mac:-

Mac using webdav

How to use the "web folders" from Ubuntu file Explorer

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To mount the cloud file manager as a web folder (webDAV) using Ubuntu 13.04

  1. From Ubuntu file manager "File" menu choose "connect to server"connect to server
  2. Enter the connection details
    1. server URL your-db.jobtrack.com.au
    2. type "WebDAV (HTTP)"
    3. Folder "/dav/docs"
    4. Your user name & passwordConnection dialog
  3. Navigate to the required web folderMounted web folders

Note: Must use HTTP to mount web folders in Ubuntu 12.04 due to an intermittent error "SSL Handshake" 

 

How to use the "web folders" from Windows Explorer

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You can use cloud file manager as a web folder (webDAV) on Windows 8 by right clicking on "Computer" and then "Map network drive"

Map a network drive

 Click on "Connect to a website..."

Connect to webdav

 

Then enter the URL of your Job Track server https://hostname/dav 

Enter the URL

You'll then be asked for your user name and password:- 

 Enter user name and password

A success dialog will be shown with an option to open the location

Success

Now the files will be listed as if they were local to the machine:-

remote file lists

Cloud File Manager

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Cloud File Manager

The Cloud File Management (CloudFM) module provides a fast, accurate and secure way to manage and exchange business documents.  Documents can also be managed in JobTrack via Web Folders - see below for more detail.

Documents can be attached to individual items within JobTrack such as Contacts or Tasks.  They can also be added into the Document Manager and then linked to a relevant Contact, Task or other module item.

Features

    • Ensure long-term readability by storing in native format
    • Control