Stamp is only allowed in taxonomy view for any document which can be converted to PDF or is a PDF. In order to stamp a document it's necessary to have working integration with OpenOffice. Take a look at OpenOffice.org or Application configuration.
- Only allowed for documents convertible to PDF or PDF files.
- Have write privileges on folder.
- Only allowed on taxonomy view.
Detail of the functions according to their icons:
Stamping a document
Several stamp types can be assigned in administration view to each user. A user must select one of the available stamps he's got and execute it. After some time, a new PDF file will be generated ( or new version PDF file in case the selected stamped file was a PDF ).
In the administration, the stamps can be managed. You can create text or image based stamps.
You can add new stamps or edit existing ones.
|An Opacity equals to 0 means a transparent text or image and you won't see it. Set to 0.5 to see an semi-transparent text or set to 1 to be opaque. Also play with layer to stamp over or below the default text layer.|
|Since OpenKM Professional 6.2.18 you can customize the stamp text using scripting. Keep on mind that the script should return an String.|
For example, to show the current date you can do:
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat; import java.util.Date; SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); sdf.format(new Date());
You can also access the document to be stamped using the variable document. So, you can use this code to stamp the document author:
In image stamp it's shown image stamp definitions.
A new image can be added or you can edit the actual one.