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  • ODS.OdsBriefcaseFolders(Last) -- DAVWikiAdmin? , 2018-01-02 11:02:13 Edit WebDAV System Administrator 2018-01-02 06:02:13

    Special Folder Types in ODS-Briefcase

    ODS-Briefcase supports many different types of folders, with varying features.

    Normal

    • Description: ordinary Briefcase folder.
    • Example:
      1. Go to Briefcase UI
      2. Click "New folder" icon from the Main Horizontal Navigation.
      3. Select for type folder "Normal"
      4. Click "Created"



    Smart Folder

    • Description: shows saved search criteria results. When chosen, a new Tab "Criteria" is shown. Here you can add for predefined fields conditions and values.
    • Example:
      1. Create folder with type "Smart Folder" and name let's say "smart"
      2. Choose in the "Criteria" tab for:
        1. Field: "File Name"
        2. Condition:"starts with"
        3. value: kidehen
        4. Click the "Add" button to add the criteria.
        5. Click "Create"



      3. upload in your Briefcase home a file with name kidehen.vcf



      4. Go to the "smart" folder
      5. As result the shown list of resources will contain the kidehen.vcf file:



    Category Folder

    • Description: shows list of category folders
    • Example:
      1. Create folder with type "Category Folder" and name let's say "categorytest"
      2. Go to "categorytest" folder



    Property Filter Folder

    • Description: shows list of files by given WebDAV? file property
    • Example:
      1. Go to Briefcase and click the "Create folder" icon from the Main Horizontal Navigation.
      2. Choose type Property Filter Folder and with name let's say "filtertest".
      3. In the new shown tab "Filter" enter for field:
        1. Property name: OpenLink?
        2. Property value: Kingsley
        3. Click "Create"



      4. Now click the "Upload" icon from the Main Horizontal Navigation.
      5. Select a file for ex. kidehen.vcf and the click "Upload"
      6. Once the file is uploaded and shown in the list of available resources, click its "Properties" icon from the "Actions" column.
      7. Enter in the "WebDAV? Properties" section for "Properties": OpenLink? and for "Value": Kingsley.
      8. Click the "Add" button.



      9. Click the "Update" button.
      10. As result the "filtertest" folder should contain the file kidehen.vcf:



    Host FS Folders

    • Description: shows list of the FS files. The name of the folder must be a name of a subfolder under the physical location folder of the virtuoso db file.
    • Example:
      1. Suppose there is subfolder tmp of the folder that contains your virtuoso db file
      2. Go to Briefcase and create folder with type Host FS Folders and with name "tmp".



      3. As result the new created "tmp" folder will contain the existing FS tmp folder's content:



    WebMail folder

    • Description: collects mails for a given instance. When chosen, a new Tab "WebMail" is shown for the folder, which contains the fields for oMail domain, oMail folder name and oMail name format:



    • Example:
      1. Go to Briefcase and create folder with type *WebMail* and with name let's say "mymails".
      2. Go to WebMail and create some messages. You will also receive a message in your Inbox from the ODS Adminstrator after creating the WebMail instance.
        • More details on how to manage your mails you can find here.
      • As result the Briefcase "mymails" folder will contain all the WebMail instance Inbox mails:



    OFM subscriptions

    • Description: collects feeds subscriptions.
    • Example:
      1. Go to Briefcase and create folder with type OFM subscriptions and with name let's say "subscriptions".
      2. Go to Feed Manager and subscribe for the feed feed: http://www.openlinksw.com/blog/~kidehen/gems/rss.xml
        • More details on how to subscribe you can find here
      3. As result the Briefcase "subscriptions" folder will contain the subscribed for feed:



    RDF Upload Folder

    • Description: folder for rdf sink. When chosen, a new Tab "RDF Upload" is shown for the folder, which contains the fields for Graph name and setting Sponger (on/off).



    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

    RDF Data

    • Description: rdf DET folder, which collect data for given DET with graph and URL rewrite rules for ODS redirect and describe the ODS IRIs.
    • Example:

    Linked Data Import

    • Description: Linked Data Import folder.
    • Example: variety of tutorial you can find here.

    Amazon S3

    • Description: Amazon S3 service folder.
    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

    Box Net

    • Description: Box (box.com a/k/a box.net) service folder.
    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

    Drop Box

    • Description: Drop Box service folder.
    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

    Google Drive

    • Description: Google Drive service folder.
    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

    Microsoft OneDrive? (formerly SkyDrive?)

    • Description: Microsoft OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) service folder.
    • Example: sample tutorial you can find here.

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