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Document Exchange (DMX) is the premier document management solution for the DotNetNuke® platform. It has found its way on intra- and extranets across the globe and in all industries.
Visit Bring2Mind.Net to learn more about DMX. The DocumentManager dialog in the RadEditor can now be configured to browse a given tree in your DMX file store. Integration is pretty simple:
  1. Make sure you have DMX installed and configured. You will need version 05.02.11 at least
  2. Make sure you have the RadEditor provider from here installed. You will need at least version 01.01.01
  3. Download the Bring2mind.DNN.Modules.DMX.RadEditorContentProvider package from here:
    http://radeditor.codeplex.com/releases/view/52508
  4. Install the package through the extension manager in your DNN
  5. Go to the RadEditor Config module and enable the DMX integration (set DMXIntegration to True)
  6. In the Toolsfile add a new button as follows: <tool name="DMXManager" />
  7. In the config set DMXPath to "/". This lets the file browser start at the root of your DMX collection. Alternatively you can set to any other path relative to the root (e.g. "/Documents")

Now start an editor and notice the new DMX button, the dialog should present you with content from your DMX.

DotNetNuke 6.0.x

As the RadEditor is in DNN 6 you don't need to install this. You can, however, still use the DMX integration. So the procedure becomes:

  1. Make sure you have DMX installed and configured. You will need version 05.02.11 at least (check the version dependency in the release notes of the component!)
  2. Download the Bring2mind.DNN.Modules.DMX.RadEditorContentProvider package from this project (check the downloads list to see which is the latest)
  3. Install the package through the extension manager in your DNN
  4. Go to the RadEditor Config and enable the DMX integration (set DMXIntegration to True)
  5. In the Toolsfile add a new button as follows: <tool name="DMXManager" />
  6. In the config set DMXPath to "/". This lets the file browser start at the root of your DMX collection. Alternatively you can set to any other path relative to the root (e.g. "/Documents")

About nr 2: as we keep the default download stuck to the last version of the RadEditorProvider, the default download page may be out of sync with the last DMX integration component. You really need to check the list of downloads.

Last edited Jan 16, 2012 at 11:15 AM by donker, version 11

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