See this thread https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/cs.dll?func=ll&objId=27877805&objAction=viewincontainer&ShowReplyEntry=35913163
When you want to download a file from livelink using Chrome the file will download as the script name which is more than inconvenient to the user.Imagine I see a file called Cop code changes of importance.docx sitting in my livelink. I download it via llisapi.dll or livelink.exe. The download file is called livelink.exe or llisapi.dll how stup** is that
It is a given that most corporate will only use IE but still a lot of people use other browsers. I use firefox or chrome just to prove that livelink is faster and it is the browser IE that makes many things slow.Now that 9.7.1 is end of life for OT OT is giving the thumbs down for such customers.
Here’s where the power of oscript and especially people who understand them and make value for their customers come in
TADA Enter Kingley Wesley , a.k.a W a bright young programmer who shows very good promise.He interacts with livelink world of programmers and on chances I have given him tidbits of advice here and there but this is good stuff and thanks for allowing me to share this unselfishly.
His oscript module for doing that is here—–
For people who want to program in oscript his approaches can be analyzed for code study as well
Note in his ZIP file is support for Remote Cache as well.If you don’t use it don’t put it and also when he says With RCS it means Remote Cache Services and not the Runtime & Core Services conundrum.
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do you have an archived version of this? the link to the forum no longer works
Kingsley wesley has his blog https://cscrew.wordpress.com/2016/03/01/attribute-updater/ He wrote it .He may have it with him.Suggest you ask him