Software to Manage E-Forms in a Disconnected Environment
OML combines a personal web page server with a forms file manager, and
runs on a Windows client computer. Within OML, new unfilled e-form
templates are saved as containers for data, while form fill data files are
separately stored as XML-tagged text. When a user exits after filling-in an
e-form, the e-form field data is automatically extracted, optionally encrypted,
and locally stored. When a user clicks to open a filled e-form, the empty
e-form template is retrieved and dynamically merged with the selected fill
data to display as a populated, fillable e-form. E-forms from many sources
can be organized and cataloged by OML on an end-users personal computer.
OneForm Manager Lite is available free to end-users and can be downloaded by clicking here. Amgraf also allows
customers to re-brand and redistribute OML under certain conditions. Please
contact an Amgraf representative for details.
Find, Open, Fill, Save, Print, and Submit E-forms with Ease
The OML interface consists of two windows. The top window shows the list of e-forms installed on the OML users
personal computer, and the bottom window shows all instances of a particular filled and/or submitted e-form.
To open an empty e-form, the user locates the desired form from the top list, selects HTML or PDF, and clicks
the New Form button. To open a previously filled e-form, the user selects the fill file name from the bottom
list, selects HTML or PDF, and clicks the Open File button.
OML e-forms behave exactly as they would if opened from a web site. The e-form is filled out by keying data
into the fill-fields, and closed by clicking the OML button.
OML is the perfect e-forms management companion to other browser-based
reader, viewer, and player programs.