Automate your document security with HotFolders version 3!
By Simon Thorpe on Sep 03, 2010
You can download and even contribute to this great tool via the Hot Folders website at https://oracle-irm-hotfolders-java.samplecode.oracle.com/.
A reminder of many of the features in Hot Folders;
- NEW! Seal folders 100x faster with local sealing via the Oracle IRM 11g Java API!
- Easy to configure
- Automatically scan and seal multiple file system folders, and sub-folders
- Warn, delete or quarantine when unable to seal
- Support for multiple IRM Servers
- Cross-platform (Java and IRM web services)
- Support for any network-accessible file system
- Easily scheduled using cron or Windows scheduler
- Configurable file and console based logging, with log rotation
- Fully internationalised (but only EN resource bundles supplied)
- Pass files over-the-wire or by relative path (far faster)
- Easy to configure, built-in scheduling
- Huge performance improvements via in-memory caching of file modification timestamps
- Automatically scan and seal SharePoint folders
- Automatically scan and seal WebDAV folders
- Automatically scan and seal web folders, content management and collaborative repositories
- Easily develop Java plugins to perform post-sealing actions
- Shovel - a file relocation plugin (return sealed files from quarantine to original locations!)
- Full source code available on samplecode.oracle.com in a CollabNet TeamForge repository that includes a Subversion version control repository - so feel free to join the project and contribute your own source code (bug fixes, features, plugins, localisations, etc.).
- Support for Oracle IRM 11g and Oracle IRM 10g servers.
- Support for secure HTTPS connections between Oracle IRM Hot Folders and Oracle IRM 11g servers.
- Checklist to guide you through the simple steps required to get Oracle IRM Hot Folders up and running.
- Support for grid deployment (Oracle IRM core and sealing servers running on different hosts)
- Optional prompting for credentials (so no need to store in configuration file)
- "Wrap" files in previously non-sealable formats using core IRM encryption/classifications