Scheduled Maintenance

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Saturday October 13, 2007 08:00 to 14:00 CDT (GMT-5:00)

In our efforts to continually enhance the functionality and value of our WAM!NET® services, we will be performing scheduled maintenance on:

  • Date: Saturday, October 13th, 2007
  • Start Time: 08:00 CDT (GMT-05:00)
  • Duration: 6 hours

Purpose

During this scheduled maintenance period, we will perform general maintenance which will impact several WAM!NET Services. Highlighted below are some of the benefits that will be available after this release.

File Preview Functionality

WAM!NET Transmission Director X(SM) v 2.6 (TDX):

TDX users can now preview a file directly from the Receiving Dock without collecting the entire package first. Selecting an individual file from the Packing Slip will launch the user’s preferred browser to display the file. Files may also be previewed from packages on the Sending Dock; however, in order to do so, the Sending Dock Cache Configuration must be enabled for the Resource in Info Center.

Also, TDX versions 2.2 and 2.2.1 will be sunset as part of this release, access to these versions will no longer be available.

Transmission Web Client(SM) v4.7 (TWC)

TWC users are able to preview files directly from the Shipping Dock. (This functionality already exists for files on the Receiving Dock.)

Internet Gateway(SM) v4.7 (IG)

Internet Gateway version 4.7 includes the ability to preview a file directly from the Receiving Dock without having to collect the package first.

Transmission Scriptable Client(SM) v1.2 (TSC)

TSC enhancements include the ability to configure default parameters for collecting and saving packages on the Receiving Dock:

  • TSC users may now collect only uncollected packages as opposed to all packages on the Receiving Dock.
  • TSC users may now retain packages that have been collected on the Receiving Dock; where before all collected packages were deleted.

WAM!NET Content Studio(SM) v5.2

WAM!NET Content Studio Libraries can now be configured to extract XMP metadata when storing common graphic file formats such as PDF, PhotoShop, Illustrator, TIF, JPG and others. A set of XMP fields will be mapped to specific Content Studio asset attributes for the library. This extracted information can be used for asset searches and identification.

Improvements have been made to the usability of the Content Studio transaction reports by removing the Store Location, Migrate Location and Delete Location transactions from the reports.

Notification Enhancements

  • The new Package has been Downloaded notification, introduced in the August 2007 Release, has been modified to include only the name of downloaded files, as opposed to all files in the package.
  • The new Package has been Downloaded notification has been added to the IG Account Creation page in Info Center.
  • Workflow Routing email notifications: Success, Fail/Retry, and Failed, have been modified to include a list of files in the package, job ticket, and a link to Info Center.
  • Email notifications that are sent to users and Administrators when a new service login is created and an existing service login is modified have been eliminated. Email notifications that are sent to Administrators regarding password changes are still supported.

Availability of Services during Maintenance?

  • WAM!NET Central Services will be unavailable during the first four hours of this window, including: Internet Gateway, Info Center, WorkSpace(SM), Content Studio, Content Submission Portal(SM) and Medical.
  • Direct!(SM), Direct! IP(SM) and Direct! DV(SM) customers sending to other Direct! sites will be able to send files; however, package tracking and notifications will be unavailable during this time.
  • WAM!NET Content Studio may be down for an additional two hours.

Questions?

If you have any questions regarding this Scheduled Maintenance Notice, please contact our technical support team. more » We apologize for any inconvenience this scheduled maintenance may cause, and appreciate your understanding as we strive to continually improve our services. View complete calendar of scheduled maintenance for 2007/2008. more »