wssDigiDoc v1.0 Beta

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Released: Apr 17, 2009
Updated: Apr 29, 2009 by Melborp
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Current release holds several new functionalities and fixes.
  • Added multi language for UI (english and estonian currently). This was done mainly through resx files.
  • Added exception logging to event log.
  • Changed exception messages to more user friendly and multi language.
  • Upgraded solution and project files for Visual Studio 2008.
  • Bugfix: When certain conditions are met, the component does not save the signed document after the upload. Contributed by Uptime.
  • In the "Digital Signers" field, now automatically is added instead of only Common Name, also Role. So for each digital signer, you have info "Kõosaar,Taavi,39787040725,konsultant". (Note: the person id code used here is invalid).
  • Fix: Removed "Open with DigiDoc"/„Ava Digidoc kliendiga“ menuitem. Reasoning: When someone opens .ddoc document like that, the file is downloaded to IECache and and when someone changes the document (signs/removes signatures) , then changes are not automatically uploaded back to SharePoint. Instead one should use the link (click the file name in the document library view).
  • Performance improvement when singing or verifiying document content. 0,5MB files now take upti 3 seconds not more (previously could take upto 30 sec).
  • Bugfix: When you tried to add signature to a ddoc container which had several documents in it, then the container would get messed up. Now its fixed and adding signature to container which multiple files should work.
  • Fix: DigiDocService StartSession offers option to set holdSession to false and then nothing is kept in session from SK side and you dont need to close session explicitly (ViewDDocPage).
  • Patch contributed by Uptime, which adds capability to configure wether the digital signing happens under system account or not. If you set SaveAsSystemAccount to true, then user doesnt have to have write rights for the files to sign. Default is false and does require the writing rights. I integrated the patch and did some additional dev to make javascript dynamic menuitems adding take the new configuration option into account (if SaveAsSystemAcount is true, it shows the menu items to people without the writing right).

Source is available from: Download ChangeSet 27193.

Updated: 29.04.2009 17:14

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