ECMS - Perceptive Experience Technical Specifications, Prerequisites, Release Notes

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Perceptive Experience Technical Specifications, Prerequisites, Release Notes.

Perceptive Experience Technical Specifications

Perceptive Experience allows you to view andmanage your structured and unstructured digital content with the use of Perceptive Experience Apps on any device.

Internet Browsers

Users must access Perceptive Experience from one of the following supported OS & browser configurations:

Supported browser versions are listed, however we recommend that you upgrade to the latest patch of the supported browsers. Note that some browsers release automatic updates and some browsers no longer support version numbers.

Browser versions that you update after you install Perceptive Experience are also assumed to work unless otherwise noted. Contact Product Support if you find browser incompatibility.

Perceptive Experience Content App Prerequisites

For Perceptive Experience Content Apps that allow you to access and manage information from Perceptive Content, the following software prerequisites are required.

We recommend that you install the Perceptive Experience Apps on the same web server as Integration Server to support the known functionality of the identified browsers.

Future Releases

Perceptive Experience Release Notes

Perceptive Experience Content Apps 1.0 Release (August 15, 2015)

Perceptive Experience Content Apps in this release provides you with the Documents App functionality. With the Documents App you can view and manage your content with the convenience of a web browser outside of Perceptive Content itself. This guide provides an overview of the new functionality available to you. ##### Available features

This section highlights the features available in the Perceptive Experience Content Apps, version 1.0.

All Perceptive Experience users can print and download documents regardless of any print or export privileges defined in Perceptive Content.

Perceptive Experience Documents App 2.0 (June, 2015) - 2.4 Released (September, 2015)

The Perceptive Experience Documents App allows you to view and manage documents captured using Perceptive Content or Perceptive Experience. Documents usually consist of one or more pages which can be emails, reports, invoices, or non-image file formats such as DOC and TXT. The Documents App also allows you to use annotations and forms functionality with your documents when applicable.

Available features

The following features are available in the Documents App

Linking documents

You can request a document for viewing via a URL which specifies either Document ID, Document Keys, or Custom Property values in the URL request.

Forms 2.0 Release (June 2015)

Perceptive Experience Apps which allow you to view, modify and save form contents, consume the common Forms component.

Available features

The following features are available in Forms, version 2.0.

Viewer 2.2/3.0/3.1 Release (June, 2015), 3.2 (July, 2015), 3.3/3.4 (August, 2015),

Perceptive Experience Apps which allow you to view and manage documents, consume the common viewer component. You can open and work with documents in Viewer.

Available features

The following features are available in Viewer

Perceptive Experience Annotations Library 1.0 Release (March, 2015), 1.1 (May, 2015), 1.2 (May, 2015). 2.0 (June, 2015), 2.1 (July, 2015)

The following features are included in this initial release of the Annotations Library 1.0.0.

An annotation is a graphic that you can add anywhere on an image in Perceptive Experience to show markups or comments without affecting the original image. Annotations functionality can be used within the Perceptive Experience Documents App.

Available features

This section highlights the features available in the Perceptive Experience Annotation Library