Eclipse Client Service Installation and Configuration

Installation of Eclipse Client Service:

To install the Eclipse Client Service, log into Eclipse and click on the “Capture” tab. A pop up box should

appear called “Client Connection Help” (move to step “Alternate Eclipse Client Installation” if pop-up

doesn’t appear), within the pop-up click on the button to “Install Client Services”. A dialog box will

appear to DOWNLOAD and RUN the installation process. Once completed, the Client Service will be

accessible in the Windows Task Bar.




Alternate Eclipse Client Installation:

If the pop-up box to install the client services doesn’t appear that means the selection to hide the popup

was chosen. Instead, click on the “Capture” tab, then click on the verbiage “No Eclipse Client

Selected” and the Eclipse Client Connection dialog box will appear. Click the “install/Update Client

Services” button to initiate the installation. A dialog box will appear to DOWNLOAD and RUN the

installation process. Once completed, the Client Service will be accessible in the Windows Task Bar.

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Eclipse Client Service Installation and Configuration

Eclipse Client Configuration:

To access the Eclipse Client, click the arrow on the Windows Task Bar and select the globe icon. If it is

not there but has been installed, then the client has been closed manually. Through Windows, find the

Eclipse Client Service program and click to run the program.




The Eclipse Client will appear. The Tabs to focus on are “Login”, “Configure Service” and “Modules”.

Under the Login tab, the URL to access Eclipse Choose SINGLE SIGN ON or enter the specific user’s

Eclipse login credentials. Click login to verify that is was correctly entered and complete the synch

process. NOTE: *** Ensure you put in the url for your eclipse site and credentials***




Eclipse Client Service Installation and Configuration

Under the Configure Service tab, the same steps used on the Login tab need to be repeated. Enter the

Eclipse URL along with the specific user’s Eclipse login credentials. Click the “Save” button on the

bottom right. Once saved, check the box for “image” so native documents have images rendered for the

users to see. Office can be checked if Microsoft Office Integration is going to be used on the user’s

machine. Checking “Workflow” is only needed if the Advanced Workflow module was purchased.




Eclipse Client Service Installation and Configuration

Installing Print Import and Office Integration:

Click the “Print Import” button to install a print driver on the user’s computer. This print driver will allow

the user to send a PDF into Eclipse from any installed program that has a printing function. Just select all

defaults when running through the installation and once finished there will be a print location called

“Eclipse PDF”.

Click “Office Integration” to install an Eclipse menu into Microsoft Office products (License required see

below for more details). Just select the installation defaults. Once complete open any office product and

an Eclipse Menu will appear at the top to allow the user to send a document or email directly into

Eclipse.




 An “Office Integration License” is required for each user that will be using the function. If one if

needed, request them through a chat session initiated through Eclipse in the upper right Eclipse

menu. If there are 5 users, request 5 licenses.



Closing the Eclipse Client:

The Eclipse Client should always be running and never closed as long as the user is going to be using the

Eclipse Application. To minimize the Eclipse Client back to the Windows Task Tray, hit the red X in the

upper right corner of the program. A dialog box will appear, choose the option to “Minimize to Tray” to

keep the Eclipse Client running in the background.