The viewer must be distributed to all users and they must install it on their workstations. The installation process copies the viewer and its associated files to directories of the user's choice. The installation program installs the viewers as ActiveX controls for Internet Explorer. Remind your users to restart their browser if it was active during the installation process. Before you begin. About this task.
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The viewers provide the capability to display documents in the browser window. Each viewer adds a toolbar to the top of the display window. The viewer toolbar may be in addition to the browser's toolbar. The viewer toolbar provides controls that can help users work with documents.
Each user who plans to use the Web viewers to view documents must install them on their PC. The Java Line Data Viewer displays line data documents in the browser window and adds a toolbar to the top of the display window.
The Java Line Data Viewer toolbar provides controls that can help users work with documents. An administrator enables the use of the Java Line Data Viewer programmatically by writing their application to use the JLDV when retrieving line data documents. When using the applets and viewers that are provided by IBM, the documents that are retrieved from a Content Manager OnDemand server remain compressed until reaching the viewer. The viewer uncompresses the documents and displays the pages in a Web browser window.
If a document was stored in Content Manager OnDemand as a large object, then the viewer retrieves and uncompresses segments of the document, as needed, when the user moves through pages of the document.
Example four: AFP data
Processing AFP data