Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition

Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition automatically converts Microsoft Office, OpenOffice and any other documents stored in SharePoint document libraries into all of the online formats organizations typically wish to deploy to end-users (PDF, PDF/A, multi-topic hypertext, HTML, MP3, Flash, epub, XML) and publishes the resulting data back into any SharePoint site as native WCMS content (in list format). Developers are enabled to use standard SharePoint tools, techniques and Web parts to meet both simple and demanding online publishing solution requirements, including the creation of rich, multimedia employee portals and compliance solutions. The organization is enabled to deploy content to end-users in all of the formats they need--pre-optimized for browser-based presentation, search and retrieval in any SharePoint solution--without human intervention and without having to piece together multiple technologies. Hyper.Net delivers in addition a comprehensive set of built-in features that accelerate the development of content portals and compliance solutions. Among these are document lifecycle synchronization, metadata publishing and stamping, PDF watermarking, publication security management, scheduled conversion and publication expiration, PDF compounding (requires add-on), image re-sampling and scaling, revision mark publishing, automated hyperlinking and a browser-based administrator's console. The conversion process is rule-based and fully customizable, and the rich hypertext output rendition supports 100% normalization of formatting across browsers through CSS control. Implemented as a Web service, Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition accepts requests from and publishes into an unlimited number of MOSS servers. No server- or user-based licensing. This free version (approved for production use) is available for organizations who wish to convert and publish up to 100 documents of any size any number of times.
LicenseFree
File Size58.91 MB
Version6.0 SP2
Operating System Windows Windows Server 2008
System RequirementsMicrosoft .NET Framework 3.0, ASP.Net 2.0, IIS 7.x, Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Office 2010