PHP 7.x Compatibility Fixes Will Be Released Soon

While both DMS Plugins were previously successfully tested with PHP 7.x, some other issues have arisen.  With the “PHP Compatibility Checker” Plugin, some other compatibility issues have been found, resolved, and are being tested.  

DMS Pro 1.47 has been released!

Document lifecycles are now supported. Users can now be added to DMS permissions groups when creating the user account. The plugin can now be configured to automatically create folders when their account is created.

Coming Soon! Document Lifecycles and Automatic User Folder Creation

Coming soon to DMS Pro:  Document Lifecycles and Automatic user folder creation!   With document lifecycles, you will be able to configure stages that a document gets moved through.  For example, a document could go through three stages, draft, review, and final.  One user would submit the document in the draft folder and promote the… Read More »

DMS Pro 1.46 has been released!

DMS Pro 1.46 has been release!  DMS Pro adds to your DMS Document Management Plugin and provides many advanced features!   DMS Pro 1.46 contains the following improvements: Additional support for localization. Routed document links can be deleted.  

Blitzenware Document Management System For WordPress

Originally designed for use in a law office, the Document Management system plugin is a complete digital filing cabinet. Files of any format can be uploaded, organized, and shared while access is controlled with a complete permissions system. Features Include: Simple and Intuitive User Interface. Storage for an unlimited number of documents that can be… Read More »

DMS Pro 1.45 is coming soon!

Version 1.45 of DMS Pro, which provides a document management system for WordPress, will be available soon!  This version will fix a couple minor bugs in the internal document routing system and will be available within the week.

DMS Pro 1.33 is now available!

The File Options screen now displays a URL that can be used to send to users to share documents. The document must have Everyone permissions set to at least read-only and Everyone must be set to include non-authenticated users in the Configuration.