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Modifying KM Document Upload IView

Hi all...

I am currently trying to modify the behavior of the km upload iview, in a way that I can skip the mandatory properties check of the target folder in the repository, and so I can set up all the resource properties via Java code (with utility classes I have already develop and test that can read them from the file stream and set them on the km resource). At the beginning I tried to develop a KM repository service which can listen for the resource creation event (CREATE_CHILD_TEMPLATE), but this resource event is triggered just after the property check; After that, I tried to decompile (through jrevpro) and modify the behavior of the upload command class, but this seems not to be the best way on solving this since decompiled classes are not ok.

I have read some other threads which tells that I can create a new upload command, but I really don’t know how to achieve this.

Please, any comments would be just great!

Regards

Jonathan

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 12:50 PM

    HI Jonathan,

    Did you solved the issue of modifying KM upload ivew?I am also having the requirment of modifying the KM upload ivew .hepl in this regard.

    Regards,

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 12:57 PM

    Hi Jonathan,

    I can help you in this, if you explain some more on the requirements part.

    Just tell me what you need to modify in the iview.

    We can configure it to our needs in the properties, i can help you on that.

    Regards,

    Piyush

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