Category: JavaScript

FileConverterPro – Java & JavaScipt – REST library

To use the FileConverterPro Server with Java or JavaScript, we offer an “all-in-one” version of a client-JAR, which already implements all necessary external libraries. Therefor for the usage only an installed Java 8 is required.

The JavaScript-file example.js shows the usage of this JAR with JavaScript and is an extensive Sample which illustrates the most common use-cases.

The Script can be used with Java 8 like this:

$ jjs -cp FCproClient-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar exmaple.js

Details about the jjs tool can be found on the Oracle-website or  at the project Oracle Nashorn – A Next-Generation JavaScript Engine for the JVM.

Download – FileConverterPro Client JAR >>>

Download – FileConverterPro  – sample.js >>>

ifresco AutoOCR – JavaScript Binding for Alfresco

Alfresco and AutoOCR are, with the installation of the AMP’s, integrated through a REST web-service interface. Server-based JavaScript offers an easy, flexible and quickly implemented Possibility to expand and adjust Alfresco functions.

JavaScripts can be initiated timed as batch processes to e.g. process a bigger amount of documents in the background. But they also can be called by the client e.g. Alfresco Share, to be used as document-actions for single or multiple documents.

The JavaScript Binding  of the AutoOCR functions allows direct access to the AutoOCR service from Alfresco scripts. In Repository JavaScripts (WebScript-controller scripts, scripted actions) all functions of the AutoOCR API can be called. This API is completely independent from the integration of the AutoOCR-service as Alfresco-transformer. It gives the possibility of using OCR functions out of JavaScripts which, deposited in Alfresco, are executed directly on the server.

Download – Documentation JavaScript Binding for Alfresco >>>
Download – extensive demo script >>>