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Centralpoint supports SAML 2.0 to support Deep links for authorized users who are logged in. You will find the Deep Links module under the Admin section of your client console. SAML 2.0 empowers you to broker authentication of your logged in members, so they may access other SAML 2.0 compliant applications with a single click (eliminating the redundancy of logging in again).

The problem with content over the years is that it lacked the proper metadata or classification. Centralpoint empowers you with powerful tools to ingest and aggregate data from many sources, but once you have you need to clean it; applying the metadata you need in order to relate it to other records within your environment. Centralpoint's Data Transfer, Taxonomy, and Change Attribute Tools work in unison to give you the tools you need to properly organize and classify your records. Even if you are not using Centralpoint as your primary portal or enterprise, these tools are likely still in demand as you migrate from older systems to 'any' new system...giving you the power to aggregate, and assign taxonomy, so that the new system inherits the information exactly as expected. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

If you would like to reset hits, ratings or clicks on any particular record, please enter the comma separated list of GUIDS, and execute. To remove clicks on any of these records (in addtion to hits and ratings, please change the value of -1 to zero (0). To obtain the GUID for any record in your site, simply open that record in the console, and then (top right/drop down) click on View/Hide Properties, and you can copy the Data ID (not the module ID) into this comma separated value box. Additiionally, may add -1 to exclude Hits or Ratings (example, should you only want to reset clicks, hits or ratings)

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you back up your website prior to executing this tool. Note: Deleting these records will leave you with no historical information regarding your member's activity, or anonmyous site acitivty. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Application Trace, when enabled will track any page loaded on the front end of the site, including the application 'trace'. This tool, when enabled, will show the incremental page load steps, including times. It is typically used to isolate a problem within any page's load. As with page tracing generally, you can view trace information at the bottom of individual pages. Alternatively, you can use the trace viewer (Trace.axd) to view trace information collected and cached by ASP.NET when tracing is enabled. Be sure to turn off Application Trace, when you are completed diagnosing your site or webpage.  More about this tool.

This tool is really designed for highly skilled developers to help them better understand what is happening 'behind the scenes' during any individual page load, in which to troubleshoot or 'trace' what is occurring during the page load..


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool will provide a full back up of your site's database (within SQL), and will also back up all related site files used within your site. To adjust the 'Maximum Backups', you must go to the Centralpoint Master Management Console. If you do not have access to your Master Management console, kindly contact your hosting or network administrator.

Note: This is highly used tool, by anyone and is typically a good idea to run this prior to any major work you do to your website (massive data imports, or any type of major enhancements to the site). In this way, all work has been properly saved, should you ever need to 'Restore' that back up. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool will clean your web site, file system and database. It will audit files no longer referenced in the database and delete them, it will also run complete database maintenance routines, restart any (saved items in) cache memory, and restart the entire website application. Note: This is a good tool to use, if there is ever some performance anomoly on your website, based on some spike in traffic, or if you feel like some activity on the site has slowed it down in some way. ..

This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This is rarely used tool, which eliminates all previously uploaded files into the directory (like images, documents, files). It would be a tool to use, when creating or setting up a new site, to ensure that no remaining files uploaded to the previous (or creator site) is present. 

The template file shows an example (only) of how you would name your media files (images or documents (pdf, doc, xls, ppt, jpg, png, etc.). By uploading this new excel file, ALL previous media files will be deleted and only these will remain. You will note that this tool requires a full back up be done prior, due to the breadth of this of type of change. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Over the course of time all of the searches conducted within your site are saved. This tool would be used to flush all previous saved search routines in your site, allowing you to re calibrate the relevance of more recent searches being made. This tool was created to prevent  'previously searched keywords' from the database, putting you in charge of when you want to re calibrate those keywords searched. Note: You would like not need to use this unless you are capturing search terms from unwanted users to your site (profanity or bot created searches)  This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

The Centralpoint Crosswalks tool (typically a script) found within the Module Designer is a great illustration as to why you need a centralized and comprehensive platform to manage your content. Crosswalks provide cross-references to related information within your site, putting all of the information at your fingertips. By leveraging Centralpoint's taxonomy and WYSIWYG object-oriented programming, you are able to automatically suggest and recommend related information for virtually any page you manage. , This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint Data Sources allow you to display dynamic content anywhere you desire on your site. This tool enables you to speak directly to Centralpoint's database (or others) to determine the type of content you want available, creating mobile content. For example, let's say while users are reading a news article, you want to display all related products immediately to the right of the article. This is where a data source comes into play. This deep dive video shows all features of data sources, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint data sources work with any back office system you may have, including Oracle, SQL, or any system. Data sources also supports integration with Twitter, Facebook, Yammer and others, in order to report (from those systems) live in Centralpoint

Centralpoint's data transfer tools empower you to aggregate disparate data into a singular, central repository. Centralpoint data transfer works with any type of data including: Files from shared network drives, Oracle, IBM, XML, CSV, Access, Excel, ODBC, OLE DB, CSV, Txt, Access or Excel. Data transfer can be scheduled in or out of Centralpoint, empowering you control your data. Its extensive data mapping feature, gives you granular control to massage, normalize and scrub data. It even works between databases outside of our own (SQL). It will even allow you to schedule and move data between databases like IBM and Oracle, and send you a notification when complete. Almost every one we talk to, even if they don't license Centralpoint as a platform, likely will license just this module. , This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Database Table Lookup allows you to review any database within Centralpoint to better understand its table structure. This can help you clearly understand any integration, or it can simply demystify how all of the information is stored within Centralpoint. It is helpful to see it from the database perspective, and this utility allows you to do just that., This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Because taxonomy supports N-Tiered relationships this means that should you ever want to delete a taxonomy tree, or individual taxonomy terms, you would need to do so manually, indvidiually, until all nodes of that taxonomy tree were deleted. This tool was created to allow all taxonomy items under a particular parent to be deleted in one fell swoop. Without this tool, each taxonomy found under the parent would have to be deleted manually, and individually and be time consuming. 

Note: You will want to confirm that the taxonomy (or family tree) you are deleting is not already in use by other modules, prior to deleting. If you delete the taxonomy list or tree, and it was in use prior, then you will need to retag all of those records to a new taxonomy post facto. It is highly recommended that you back up your site (See Tools/Backup) prior to the deletion of any taxonomy.


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint Design Styles allow you to maintain your website styles, classified by Audience and Role, to render distinctly designed websites. These styles primarily relate to colors, fonts, images, and other design elements. The global attributes are always available, but the majority of this module's attributes are controlled by the Site Type. Centralpoint styles support your own CSS, but allow you to manage all of your CSS in a way that can be re-used on your other websites., This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Dynamic Scripts module allows you to retrieve data from any module and then format it as a CpScript to be placed anywhere on your site. For example, if you want to feature the Top Five news articles and Top Four events on your homepage (in descending order), the Dynamic Scripts tool empowers you to create individual scripts for each, and then place them anywhere on your homepage. You can control the record count, sort order, CSS, and anything you need to easily create dynamically serving ..., This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Error Reporting is managed in two locations, first within the Client Console of each individual Centralpoint Portal and also at the Uber Console, by Oxcyon. 

This tool typically used by senior developers, allows you to see the SQL Query for any module in your site. By selecting any module, it will provide the complete SQL Statement for all records from that module. This Query can then be used to create Data Sources, Data Transfers, or to build any report.
It has been optimized for use within Data Transfer, and although it could be used for reporting or others tasks (to filter record sets), it is not optimized for those purposes.


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

When migrating or extracting documents 'from' Sharepoint this tool is essential to retreive and restore binary images and documents. It will allow you to create a new file structure of all documents (previously in Sharepoint) into a new file directory, wherein files will no longer be binary. From this new directory, typically imports are run in order to migrate these records into Centralpoint. This would be a tool used by senior developers.

Note: This tool will mimic the file directory previously maintained in Sharepoint (including the documents). This tool gives you the option to control various versions of Sharepoint (old to new), wherein some fields below pertain only to certain versions of Sharepoint. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tools was created in order to take any encoded form state string, in which to decode. Enter the encoded form state string and click decode. This would be strictly for developers. 
Note: Form state stores information about a form, their controls and their values. That information is encrypted, which is why we developed this tool....allowing to decode the form into an unencrypted format, including its values. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Global Login is a (Cross Forest) Single Sign-On tool that allows you to welcome each user in a unique way and grant them control over only certain types of content.  This allows you to authenticate each user to determine their roles, granting the right access to the right records, including the right Audience (landing page or design). Global Login allows you to welcome each user, yet return them to the appropriate channel within your site. Since every record in Centralpoint supports roles based filtering, this means everything from the design, to the navigation, to the records they can access are all managed automatically after they log in.

Oxcyon stresses 'Cross Forest' Single Sign On, as your users could be employees, customers, partners, affiliates, or even outsiders. Centralpoint's Global Login supports authentication with Active Directory, LDAP, LDAP-S, oAuth (Google, Twitter, Facebook), Salesforce, or even custom databases you may use to authenticate (IBM or Oracle). Upon each user's log in, Centralpoint will check any and all authentication sources to determine their role(s). A user may have only one role, or may have multiple roles, within multiple channels, allowing them access to many channels within your enterprise, or may even give them the option of where they want to go. 

Centralpoint's Global Login also supports a new dimension in authentication known as Dynamic Roles. Here you may create very specific conditions beyond that of simple roles assignment. Example: Role may equal customer, but dynamic roles allows you to define any other criteria (like last year's sales >50K, or Gender=Male, or State=Ohio). Dynamic roles empowers you to narrowcast each record you manage to reach only the specific roles you need; which we believe is the pinnacle of highly personalized content. 

Centralpoint additionally supports it's own Members Module, should you need to authenticate with users found in this module. Although many clients may use the Members module for all of their many members (even across multiple roles), the Centralpoint Members module may be used for public users who wish to sign up for enewsletters, or save their preferences when returning to the site. Centralpoint's Global Login module is perhaps the most powerful SSO tool in the market today.

This tool would only be used in the case of multi portal development, within a Master Enterprise environment. Since Centralpoint leverages rapid application development, this means a newly created site was created by another site (it's parent). This suggests that records found in the creating site may need to be flushed and cleaned prior to the launch of the new site (although not always the case, should you want records to be preserved). Should you want to flush all values, and ensure a clean deployment, this tool  will DELETE all previously deleted Users (IsDeleted = 1) will delete any and all records from Searches, Survey,  Email Broadcasts, Clicks, Ecommerce Test Orders and Leads.

It is recommended to only use this tool when launching a new website.


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint integrates with Salesforce users to welcome -- and authenticate -- them to your website. The website login has been equipped to handle multiple internal and external authentication sources (global logins). These authentication sources only work with the website; they are not utilized in console logins. When a user logs into the site's front end, this module is queried for live records and authentication is attempted using the entered username and password.

This is managed via Centralpoint's Global Login module which supports oAuth integration (out of the box). The scopes which you wish to glean about that user (upon login) are up to you, and the depth of how many scopes your users may wish to share is their election when logging in. You will find the Global Login module, under the Admin section of your Client Console. 

Centralpoint's IP Management blocks or automatically authenticates users based on their IP addresses. The "IP Address/Range" attribute is a string comprised of four parts, separated by dots(.). Each part can be either a single byte (1-255), a star (*), or a byte range (x-y). A star is shorthand for the byte range, 1-255. The "Action" attribute allows you to input directions to dictate events when a user in the given IP range accesses the site. If "Block" is selected, the user will be blocked from accessing the site at all. Conversely you can give authentication access to users, based on their IP Address range. This tool can be found under the ADMIN section within the Client Console

Although Centralpoint supports a trigger to automatically determine a record's geo code on submission and/or during import, sometimes the values become outdated, and/or it is not available at the time of import or data entry. This tool allows you to retroactively apply geo codes to any records, within a module, based on certain files (like street, city, state, zip), in which to determine each record's geo code and apply that to the record. Here you would select your module, define which fields should be used to determine the geo code and submit. This tool could take some time, depending ont he number of records (as it is looking up and applying the geo code for each submission it has to do). 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This senior developer tool allows you generate the SQL Query (command) for all fields relative to Taxonomy or Audiences. Taxonomy and Audiences are considered System modules (not containing ordinary content), and hence require this tool to extract data from any of these modules. , This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Digital Experience Platform  is an omnichannel knowledge management and content management platform. Centralpoint is an ecosystem; universal to any organization regardless of industry vertical or size. It streamlines the information from your business (through your distributors) to your end users (Something we call B2B2C), and in return order reports what actions they took (C2B2B). It is a revolutionary User Experience Platform which is creating a seismic shift in the enterprise content management and portal space. For more information learn how we re-invented the wheel...literally.

This organization chart (showing all audiences in the enterprise) can be easily rendered simply by creating a new record. You will find this tool under the Admin section of your Client Console. There are three different JQuery views of this chart, Centralpoint Wheel (Traditional), Centralpoint Sunburst Wheel (latest version), and also a Treeview. By selecting the different output of your org chart, it will render the view selected. Once you have created this record, simply click on View link at right to see the path to your visual enterprise mind map. This link may be added anywhere within your site to provide to your users. 

This tools was designed to Hash encrypt any password. Simply enter your password into the first box and click hash. It will then provide you the hashed version of your password. This is a rarely used, but powerful tool for senior developers only to troubleshoot password related issues. 
, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool will enumerate all records found within your site, and give you a count of the number of records found in each area. This is a very helpful tool to give you a quick snapshot of how many records are in use within your site. The second line item in the report shows records in the DATA CURRENT table, which would represent live records found within your website. The remaining categories show ancillary records (like clicks, leads (impressions), audiences, taxonomies, members, etc.


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint forms capture a result each time the form is submitted. These form results can be deleted in the client console, relative to any form. (Example, select form results, and you are free to delete all previously submitted forms). This tool is designed to assist clients who have collected data (in form results), which you may need to remove WITHOUT deleting the entire form result record (Example: Should you accidentally collect credit card or social security numbers within a form, when compliance does not allow that), you may need to eliminate ONLY  those values (credit card numbers or social security numbers) from each submission made over time. 

You will need to first get the GUID of the Form itself (by opening that form in the console, then selecting (from the top right drop down list (Show/Hide Properties) and copying the DATA ID for that form. You would then enter in the ID of the field, that you wish to remove. Executing this tool will remove all instances of that field (only) from all results (submissions) against that form. 

, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

When migrating client from older Content Management Systems, the URL query string often differs. This tools is designed to replace any old URL schema with new URL schemas, which could be found within the Body Copy of any webpage. (Example: You may have an old webpage which was imported in from another system, and within the body of that webpage, you have hyperlinks which point to your older url (website). This tool allows for all references to be changed en masse upload. 

Note: It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you back up your website prior to executing this tool. It is also recommended that you thoroughly review this list to make sure it is thorough, and that you test the path of your new URLs first. (Example: There is an opportunity to review your system name (naming convention) prior to replacing all of these hyperlinks to the new names.)


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Relations allow certain fields to carry with that record, when being searched. (Example: The details view of any record contains all fields in the relation, but some fields are excluded only within the search results (for performance). Sometimes new fields are added to modules, which have not been considered in the intial relations during the module's creation. This tool allows for any new fields added to the module to be considered, having those relationships rebuilt. 



, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Clicks is a table in Centralpoint's database which records the click of each page (Only in the event you are using clicks.aspx for those modules or pages which you will want to track). Without clicks you will not have the business intelligence to determine each page's access and for logged in members (who has clicked on which page). 

This tool will delete all clicks found in this database, and reset them all to zero. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you back up your website prior to executing this tool. Note: Deleting these records will leave you with no historical information regarding your member's activity, or anonmyous site acitivty. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool is rarely used by senior developers if the module configuration was faulty and need to be reconfigured. This tool will allow you to bring the configuration to the default
This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool will restart your application at the IIS level. This will result in removing all website (server side cache), and flush your site of all current sessions. Note: Upon revisitng your website (front end) after executing this tool, you may notice a slight delay. This is a result of the recompilation of your site, code, and cache. As you click around the site, you will see it speed up.

This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This rarely used tool allows you to restore ALL records, within any individual module, by user ID. Here you would enter in the GUID of the user id, select your module, and all records will be restored back to when that particular User ID, had last modifed them. (Example: A new employee edits a number of your records incorrectly over a period of time, and you want to restore en masse back your original versions). 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool is used when generating a web service. A service key is unique to each server, and considering that you could have multiple service keys involved regarding numerous web services, this tool allows you to generate a unique, and secure service key whenever you need one. 
This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Sponsored Keywords, also known as Reverse Hyperlinks, link words after the web page has rendered. One hyperlink could create potentially thousands of live instances on your pages! This module is used to create a list of terms that will be linked -- without manually linking each term --  when they render on the website. The terms will be highlighted on the site and when a user hovers his/her mouse pointer over each one, the entry's content will be displayed. 

This tool allows you to summon the SQL Query (or command) for any Taxonomy within the site. This Query can be used to import into another site. (Example: You have developed an amazing and deep taxonomy, which you may want to extract so that you can import it into another site exactly as it was). This is a very powerful tool that allows you to import tiered taxonomy into Centralpoint. This tool supports no more than 3 columns (or 3 tiered taxonomy) (per import). This tool currently requires that your first tier be named 'Client Specialty', the second tier be called 'Serviceline Keyword' and third tier be named 'Page Keyword'. The values need to be


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

This tool allows you to take any URL and have it encoded properly. (Example: sometimes a url may contain certain spaces or values which do not render it correctly for the web browser). This tool will ensure that your URL be friendly to any web browser, should it contain unusual charcters. Enter a string in the text box below and click encode to prepare it to be added to a query string variable. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

URL Rewrite permits Web administrators to easily replace the URLs generated by a Web application in the response HTML with a more user friendly and search engine friendly equivalent. Links can be modified in the HTML markup generated by a Web application behind a reverse proxy. URL Rewrite makes things easier for outbound response content and headers rewriting with outbound rewrite rules that work with HTTP request and response headers and with IIS server variables.

You will want to upload an Excel spreadsheet here which must contain the following fields (URL and SystemName columns). In order to see the template file for what your upload should like, you can download it here. 


, This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

Centralpoint's Workflow module allows you to manage the various workflow steps involved with online form submissions. Whether it is a simple one-step approval process or it involves multiple parties to each approve the document at different intervals, Centralpoint Workflow allows you to manage the process every step of the way. The Workflow module works in concert with the Forms Management module, routing individual forms through the appropriate workflow. , This tool can be found under the Development section within the Client Console, under 'Utilities'. Log in the Client Console, click on development, and search for this tool within this page. You can also ask your production manager to turn on the 'Tools' section of your client console. When this is done, each tool will appear individually within the console, for easy access.

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