OpenGroupware Coils is a Python port of the venerable OpenGroupware project. It is backward compatible and can be installed in parallel with legacy versions of OpenGroupware. It provides additional features including an AMQP-based service architecture and a BPML-based workflow engine. The workflow engine includes the ability to read and write a variety of file formats, operate on relational database services, and a variety of common actions required to automate various tasks. Groupware resources and workflow route, processes, and formats.can be managed via WebDAV. Groupware functionality can also be accessed via the zOGI XML-RPC API just as with legacy ZideStore servers.
|Tags||groupware Workflow xmlrpc|
|Operating Systems||Linux (32 and 64 bit)|
Release Notes: More sophisticated User Agent detection and management; content will be now be automatically hidden from limited function clients and devices. The workflow engine provides persistent sequences that can be accessed via the roue action from within the XSLT stylesheet. XSLT extensions allow stylesheets to access the content of workflow messages as well as search the database. Workflow actions for interacting with CIFS and FTP have been implemented. Free/Busy support is complete. Numerous improvements have been made to the document management capabilities.
Release Notes: This release included an improved WebDAV implementation and enhanced zOGI functionality. New features include XLS import capabilities and user/team management OIE actions. Projects can now be organized into hierarchies. Management of favorites has been refactored and debugged.
Release Notes: The latest improvements include enhancements to the SMTP listener and a new mailBlastAction for generating email to the Contacts assigned to a collection (with mail merge and unsubscribe link support). Presenting a Collection in WebDAV is now optional and critical bugs were fixed in the collection::list command.
Release Notes: Drivers for Horde authentication and groups are provided in the source. WebDAV compatibility was improved, including support for LOCK operations and LOCK NULL resources. A JSON-RPC bundle was added for supporting Horde applications. Additional workflow actions were added for document management and creating and watermarking PDF documents. Output filters (OSSF) can now be applied to both workflow messages and project documents. An SMTP listener allows the server to directly receive workflow inputs for the site's MTA. Some third-party modules have been embedded to make deployment easier.
Release Notes: Support for large (greater than 2GB) workflow messages has been added. Improvements to Omphalos representations. The REST interface is more consistent.