| The graphic below shows
the interaction between Aviator (the left side) and the users' standard office
environment (the right). The standard office environment lets users store and
retrieve files to and from their system directory (local or shared drive). With
Aviator, users manage their files in a secure, structured, controlled and
searchable environment on the server, while utilizing Aviator Personal to
manage files on the road. Aviator and Aviator Personal interact with the system
directory, and Aviator's ODMA client lets users create, store and retrieve
files directly from ODMA-compliant applications.
|Aviator - the document management system. Aviator runs on the Domino server and provides all of the file and document management functionality for use with Notes clients or Web browsers.|
| Aviator Personal - the personal file and document
management tool. Aviator Personal is ideal for mobile users who need to work on
files and documents on the road. Installed locally on the Notes client, users
download documents from the Aviator library to Aviator Personal, and then
upload any changes once reconnected to the server. The download and upload
utilities support check out and check in. As a stand-alone database, users can
use Aviator Personal to manage their personal files.
For mobile users who prefer not to work in the Notes environment while on the road, Aviator and Aviator Personal let users download files to their local system directory, and then upload any changes back into Aviator and Aviator Personal when reconnected to the server. The download and upload utilities support check out and check in.
|Aviator ODMA Client|
| Aviator ODMA client- the integration tool between Aviator
and office applications. Aviator's ODMA client lets users work in their
familiar office applications to store and manage files in the Aviator library.
From office applications users save new files into Aviator, open existing files
from Aviator (as edit or read-only), and re-save changes to existing files -
all without opening the Notes client. From the Notes client, users launch files
directly into their ODMA-compliant applications and save the files back into
Aviator - all without detaching or re-attaching a file.
| See Aviator's
system requirements for the hardware and
software needed to run Aviator, Aviator Personal and ODMA.
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