NOTE If you are using InLoox On-Prem, please enter either the path of the file server or the URL of your Microsoft SharePoint Server® Online during the installation process. You cannot change the document storage later via the InLoox settings! All details can be found in the whitepaper InLoox On-Prem 11.x Server Installation Help from page 13.
If you use InLoox Professional or InLoox Enterprise, you can either store your documents in the InLoox Cloud or use Microsoft SharePoint Servers® Online.
Select document storage - InLoox Cloud or Microsoft SharePoint Online
Rule for document library
Rule for subfolder (optional)
Rules for creating additional subfolders
Changing the document library
Editing and deleting rules
Further information on rules for the folder path and folder structure
After you have entered the URL of SharePoint Online as the document storage for the base path, you still need to define the rule for the document library.
A folder with the department name, e.g. Marketing, is now created under the SharePoint path specified above. For this rule to take effect, your projects must be assigned to a division on the support page.
Optionally, you can now also define a rule for creating subfolders. For example, if you want the subfolder structure to be based on the current year, select the dynamic placeholder Current year.
The following subfolder structure is created with the example <CURRENT_YEAR>/<PROJECT_NAME><PROJECT_NUMBER>: 2024/Project name Project number.
You can also create additional, differentiated subfolders according to other rules. For example, if you always need an "Orders" folder for projects in the Sales department, you can define a rule for the automatic creation of this folder.
If you use InLoox On-Prem, you cannot change the document library in the InLoox settings.
If you use InLoox Professional or InLoox Enterprise, you can change the document library and switch
You can simply click in any input field of a rule to edit it. Important: this change does not apply retroactively. A rule change only takes effect when you store another document in a project to which this rule applies.
If you want to delete a rule, click on the red recycle bin icon. Confirm the deletion of the rule by clicking on Delete.
The SharePoint root path, the rule for the document library and the rule for the subfolder are added together. This can result in the following URL structure: <ROOT PATH>/<DOCUMENT LIBRARY RULE>/<DOCUMENT LIBRARY RULE SUBFOLDER>
Further subfolders that are created according to the rules in the Structure tab are created in the subfolder that was created in the Document Library tab.