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Mobile Access for Android

Platform
OnBase
Product
Mobile Access for Android
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Essential
Premier
Standard

You can view the following types of documents in OnBase Mobile Access for Android:

File Format

Behavior

E-Form

You can enter information in the E-Form in the same way that you would using a desktop-based OnBase client. When you tap a field that allows you to enter comments, the device's keyboard is displayed.

Note:

E-Forms licensing is required to view and enter information in E-Forms.

Image

Rendered as read-only.

OLE

Rendered as read-only. The following OLE documents are supported:

  • Excel (.xls, .xlsx)

  • Word (.doc, .docx)

  • PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx)

  • PDF (.pdf)

Note:

Your device must have an application installed on it that can display these types of documents. When you open another type of document, these documents are displayed in a third-party app. Press Back to return to the OnBase Mobile Access for Android module.

Note:

Ensure any third-party apps used for viewing these documents meet your security requirements.

Text

Rendered as read-only.

Unity Form

You can enter information in the Unity Form in the same way that you would using a desktop-based OnBase client. When you tap a field that allows you to enter comments, the device's keyboard is displayed.

Note:

Unity Forms licensing is required to view and enter information in Unity Forms.

Note:

For devices that support the use of an SD card, an SD card is required in order to open documents with the OnBase Mobile Access for Android module.

The Document screen displays the selected document across the tablet's entire screen.

When viewing documents, you can zoom in and out by:

  • Pinching your fingers together or apart, respectively.

  • Double-tapping an area of the document.

After zooming in, you can move around the image by swiping the image.

For multi-page documents, the current page and number of total pages is displayed at the top of the document, along with the following buttons:

Button

Description

Tap to go to the previous page in a multi-page document.

Tap to go to a specific page in a multi-page document. Type a page number in the Enter Page Number window and tap OK or press the Enter key on your device's keyboard.

Tap to go to the next page in a multi-page document.

Note:

The above buttons are only displayed when viewing a multi-page document.