I have just migrated from CCX 7.x (Windows) to CCX 8.5 (Linux).
Supervisors used to have access to a Windows folder where they could edit their XML files without my help as they need during the day. Now that CCX is on Linux I need to know what is the best way of providing them some power to Supervisors edit XML files.
1) Windows folder in the network. Is it possible ? Can the script access some network folder ?
2) Linux folder. Is it possible to access the Linux folders ?
3) Web page. Is it possible to create a web page where they can edit the XML parameters ? What would be the URL ? http://server/what_else ?
4) Web page + http trigger? Is this an option ? Use a webpage with some parameters to be edited and use a HTTP Trigger to call a application that upload a XML file according to each supervisor's application ?
1) Have the supervisor upload the file to the Document Repository in /appadmin. The script can retrieve files from the repo using DOC[/folder/file.xml] format.
2) Access the file on an external HTTP server. Sharing the folder using CIFS on that web server would also be possible but CCX must retrieve the file with an HTTP GET. This is done with the Create URL Document step.
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