brix:papilio Connect

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Connects brix:papilio to CELUM, so that CELUM users can place orders in W2P without having to leave CELUM.

Check out https://vimeo.com/364313569 for a short introducion video.

Properties

To be configured in {home}/appserver/conf/custom.properties

papilio.baseUrl

type: String, required: yes, default: -

Where to find the papilio celum endpoint, e.g. http://papilio.company.com/integrations/celum

papilio.token

type: String, required: yes, default: -

The security token you've (had) configured in brix:papilio

papilio.userGroupIds

type: List of long , required: yes, default: -

A list of user group IDs who are allowed to use this plugin

papilio.templateNodeIds

type: List of long, required: yes, default: -

A list of NodeIDs where the template placeholders live. Adds a context menu entry where users can place new W2P orders. Note that all the contained assets should have metadata in their papilio.templateInfofieldId.

order_with_w2p

papilio.workspaceNodeId

type: long, required: yes, default: -

The NodeID of where to put the order placeholders and PDFs. This node will automatically be populated with subfolders named after the user that has created the orders - this user will be given the configured papilio.roleId on his node, as well as a subscription for the asset added and asset version added events.

w2p_orders

papilio.assetType

type: long, required: yes, default: -

The AssetTypeID that should be assigned to ordered PDFs

papilio.orderInfofieldId

type: long, required: yes, default: -

In which information field the papilio order ID should be tracked

papilio.templateInfofieldId

type: , required: yes, default: -

In which information field the papilio template ID should be tracked

papilio.relationId

type: String, required: yes, default: -

Which relation to use to relate ordered PDFs to their templates

papilio.roleId

type: long, required: yes, default: -

Which role to assign on personal folders in the workspace

It's almost impossible to find out the ID of a role. The best way we've found is to go to CMA > Roles > Export, download the XML, search for the role name and look at the <roles sourceID="1"> tag one line above.

papilio.inheritedPermission

type: , required: no, default: -

Whether to turn on premission inheritance on said folders

GDPR-Feature

papilio.deleteOrdersOfTrashedAssets

type: , required: no, default: false

Turns on deletion of papilio orders when it's related to a CELUM asset that is deemed GDPR-relevant and that has been deleted in CELUM.

papilio.deleteOrdersOfTrashedAssets

type: , required: no, default: false

papilio.deleteOrdersOfTrashedAssetsNodeId

type: long, required: no, default: false

when to consider the assets "deleted" (i.e. a trash bin) - if not set this uses the first node in trashbin.nodeType

papilio.deleteOrdersOfTrashedAssetsCondition

type: String, required: no, default: false

optional additional condition whether to tell papilio to delete associated orders (e.g. "picture with a person on it") - uses the SearchUtil syntax, e.g. infofield=108,true

Release Notes

1.0

Released 2017-07-18

Initial version

1.1

Released 2018-06-26

Updated to the latest utils

1.2

Released 2019-06-17

Added GDPR feature