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thhg Absent Member.
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GW 2012 DMS Integrations

Integrations in 2012 seem limited.

I have Ofice 2010 and WP Office X5 installed

GW 2012 sees only PowerPoint and Quattro Pro in the Integrations list.


I have completely removed the GW 2012 client, cleaned up the registery
and msic folders containing GW infor and re-installed - still the same


Any ideas ?

Steve
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MarkDissington Super Contributor.
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Re: GW 2012 DMS Integrations

If Office is the 64bit version then there was never any ODMA client built for 64bit so I understand.

M
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: GW 2012 DMS Integrations

On 1/31/2013 6:16 AM, MarkDissin
gton wrote:
>
> If Office is the 64bit version then there was never any ODMA client
> built for 64bit so I understand.
>
> M
>
>

More accurately

ODMA itself is 32 bit only, and as the standards body that created it
more or less disssolved 15 years ago , tha's unlikely to change.

So to use GW ODAM, you need


- a 32 bit GW Client (not an issue currently)
- a 32 bit Office (or whatever)

The OS itself may be 32 or 64 it

If you are still having truble on a 32/32 system, it's an MS issue. ODMA
servers (GW) recognize OdMA Clients (Office) by a registry key. It is
100% the responsiility of the Client to write it.
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thhg Absent Member.
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Re: GW 2012 DMS Integrations

So,

If I'm to understand this correctly .... If I put Office 2010 x32 on my
Win7 x64, then GW will recognize Word, Excel, etc and ODMA is ok with GW

Steve

PS - Vibe had better get up to speed quickly or this GW customer is out
the door once the post 2012 GW version comes out (Windernere). We need
a system that has custom fields, etc.


Michael Bell wrote:

> On 1/31/2013 6:16 AM, MarkDissin
> gton wrote:
> >
> > If Office is the 64bit version then there was never any ODMA client
> > built for 64bit so I understand.
> >
> > M
> >
> >

> More accurately
>
> ODMA itself is 32 bit only, and as the standards body that created it
> more or less disssolved 15 years ago , tha's unlikely to change.
>
> So to use GW ODAM, you need
>
>
> - a 32 bit GW Client (not an issue currently)
> - a 32 bit Office (or whatever)
>
> The OS itself may be 32 or 64 it
>
> If you are still having truble on a 32/32 system, it's an MS issue.
> ODMA servers (GW) recognize OdMA Clients (Office) by a registry key.
> It is 100% the responsiility of the Client to write it.

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thhg Absent Member.
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Re: GW 2012 DMS Integrations

This setup seems to work ....

Steve


Michael Bell wrote:

> On 1/31/2013 6:16 AM, MarkDissin
> gton wrote:
> >
> > If Office is the 64bit version then there was never any ODMA client
> > built for 64bit so I understand.
> >
> > M
> >
> >

> More accurately
>
> ODMA itself is 32 bit only, and as the standards body that created it
> more or less disssolved 15 years ago , tha's unlikely to change.
>
> So to use GW ODAM, you need
>
>
> - a 32 bit GW Client (not an issue currently)
> - a 32 bit Office (or whatever)
>
> The OS itself may be 32 or 64 it
>
> If you are still having truble on a 32/32 system, it's an MS issue.
> ODMA servers (GW) recognize OdMA Clients (Office) by a registry key.
> It is 100% the responsiility of the Client to write it.

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