IBM PureFlex System
|Provided by: Eclipse Corporation WSL Inc.|
||Version: DocOrigin V3.0|
DocOrigin for IBM AIX®, RedHat®, CentOS IBM i®: Dynamic design and generation of customized, compliant business documents and forms. DocOrigin works with all Line of Business ('LOB') software solutions such as Oracle®, QAD, JD Edwards, IBS, IFS,Microsoft®, SAP, ABAS, Epicor, Infor, Lawson and yours! Fillable HTML and PDF Forms.
Business documents are important. DocOrigin allows you to combine your data with dynamic templates to produce any business form or document. With 30+ years of leading the industry in e-forms, DocOrigin developers make your job easy. Correspondence communications with better branding and promotional advertising dynamically added to you your customer facing transactional documents. Produce any combination of forms or electronic documents. Works with all business applications!
Compliant with XML data streams, spool, print image and CSV files are also supported.
Generate multiple documents in a single run, auto archive documents with metadata or full text search solutions.
Native high-performance drivers for PCL, Postscript, HTML and PDF generation.
PDF generation at up to 15,000 pages per minute.
Generic Windows® drivers.
PDF generation includes compression, embedded fonts, bookmarks, encryption, and password protection.
Dynamic expandable table layout including page overflow handling of headers and footers.
Easily integrated data merge module can be called from existing applications.
Queue Monitor application allows document generation from Windows print queues.
Data stream pre-processing for non-xml data streams.
PDF file post-processing allows extraction of single documents from large multi-document files.
Design any business document or form merge data from any line of business application to produce interactive or batch documents deliver automatically via print, fax, cloud fax, portal, email.
Output in PCL, PDF. PS, HTML, HTML5 (Fillable Forms), PDF (Fillable Forms).
High performance up to 16,666 PDF surfaces per minute.
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