LibertySoft

Output Channels & Data Formats

  • PRINT OUTPUT
    PRINT OUTPUT
    PRINT OUTPUT
    PRINT OUTPUT
    PRINT OUTPUT
    PRINT OUTPUT
  • ARCHIVE OUTPUT
    ARCHIVE OUTPUT
    ARCHIVE OUTPUT
    ARCHIVE OUTPUT
    ARCHIVE OUTPUT
    ARCHIVE OUTPUT
  • EMAIL & SMS
    EMAIL & SMS
    EMAIL & SMS
    EMAIL & SMS
    EMAIL & SMS
    EMAIL & SMS
  • OUTPUT AS FAX
    OUTPUT AS FAX
    OUTPUT AS FAX
    OUTPUT AS FAX
    OUTPUT AS FAX
    OUTPUT AS FAX
  • OUTPUT AS PDF
    OUTPUT AS PDF
    OUTPUT AS PDF
    OUTPUT AS PDF
    OUTPUT AS PDF
    OUTPUT AS PDF

PRINT OUTPUT

In production, LibertySoft first outputs the formatted documents in a device neutral data format. Once a device driver is selected, an output device specific data format is created.
The LibertySoft device drivers optimize the output data stream for the specific target device taking into account the size of the data stream and achievable throughput (speed) of that device.
The output drivers support various printers from office printers through to high-performance printing systems 

Data streams can be produced in:

  • HP-PCL (PCL5)
  • PostScript II
  • AFP (AFPDS)

plus various other specific printer formats.

Drivers for line printers and label printers complete the spectrum.

Adobe’s PDF-Format is also supported.

The data streams created by LibertySoft can be processed and printed on standard company printing devices and also used where the final printed output is outsourced to third-party service providers, whereby additional information for such outsourcing can be included in the final data stream.

LibertySoft drivers support the output of barcode on all output devices (printers, fax, e-mail, archiving, etc), including multi-dimensional barcodes such as PDF-417

ARCHIVE OUTPUT

Documents produced by LibertySoft can be forwarded in standard digital formats such as TIFF or Adobe’s PDF to whatever archiving system is installed and available. 
At the same time indices for subsequent search and retrieval of individual documents are also transferred to the archiving system. 

Archiving at document level
Unlike most Output Management System that feed complete reports (or print jobs) or sections thereof to an archiving system, the LibertySoft archive interface works at the document level. After all, the idea of archiving printed output is to be able to retrieve individual documents later and hence LibertySoft feeds the archiving system one document at a time.

Archive to Your archive system
Unlike other systems that include integrated, proprietary archiving tools, LibertySoft has an open interface designed to work with almost any archiving system. This allows the LibertySoft customer to choose the archiving solution best fitted to their company’s requirements. 

A number of archiving systems have already been successfully integrated with LibertySoft. A complete list is given below: 

System Supplier
Filenet-Archive FileNet
iXOS-ARCHIVE iXOS
ITA ER
EASY-ARCHIV EASY
ELO Leitz
FABASOFT FabaSoft
HyperDoc IQDoQ/Dr. Materna
InfoStore Solitas
HYPARCHIV ACS
MFDWin Schneider
Solutionline Archiv Solutionline
OS.5|ECM OPTIMAL SYSTEMS
PRO*FILE PROCAD
CE ARCHIV CE AG
SAPERION SIGNUM
VisualInfo(InputAccel) IBM
Dr.Doc Dr. Pfaff
ARCIS CE
DocuWare DocuWare
RWE-Archivsystem RWE


LibertySoft Components
To create digital archived output, the following LibertySoft components are required:

  • LibertySoft basis system
    The LibertySoft basis system for UNIX and Windows platforms include the facilities required for the distribution of documents to various output channels, including archive channels.
  • Archive Driver
  • LS/Archive for (= Interface for e.g. EASY, IXOS etc.)

OUTPUT DOCUMENTS AS FAX

Faxing individual documents 
The LibertySoft LS/Fax interface also works at the document level. The decision to fax the final output document (a multi-page invoice, for example) can be made dynamically depending on the information in the block of raw input data required to create that document. Blocks of raw data can be output to several output channels and formatted in parallel (for example, archiving and faxing).

The formatted document per fax
Via the LS/Fax interface, LibertySoft transfer the formatted documents to whatever fax system is installed locally. The documents contain the same formatted elements such as text in various fonts, line graphics, images and barcodes, as the printed documents.

LibertySoft Fax Components
To output formatted documents per fax, the following LibertySoft components are required:

  • LibertySoft basis system
    The LibertySoft basis system for UNIX and Windows platforms include the facilities required for the distribution of documents to various output channels, including fax channels.
  • Fax Driver
  • LS/Fax for (= Interface for e.g. TOPCALL, Twinfax etc.)

Supported Fax systems

  • LS/Fax-NT for MRS (from Cycos)
  • LS/Fax-NT for TC/Link-FI (from TOPCALL)
  • LS/Fax-NT for caesar (from CAE)
  • LS/Fax-NT for TWINFAX (from mps)

SAP R/3 options

  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPConnect for FaxPlus/Open (from INTERCOPE)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPConnect for ferrariFax (from Ferrari electronic)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPcomm for MRS (from Cycos)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPcomm for TC/Link-AC (from TOPCALL)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPcomm for Caesar (from CAE)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPcomm for TWINFAX (from mps)
  • LS/Fax-NT-R/3-SAPcomm for FaxPlus/Open

OUTPUT DOCUMENTS AS PDF

Output documents as individual PDF files 
LibertySoft provides various techniques which allow the formatted documents to be output to the file system, for example as PDF files, under pre-determined directories and file names. The optional component LS/BOX can be used to create unique file names based on specific configuration criteria.