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June 20, 2007

MediiGate Key Functionalities PARTNERSHIP SEARCH

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PARTNERSHIP SEARCH

Overview

Partnership search allows the MediGate users and SME’s to locate suitable partners when applying for tenders. The user will only search the known competence of existing profiled companies. The partnership search is a 3 step process, which indicates suitable companies from the user parameters within the MediGate system. The user can view this information to deselect and select potential partners.

Partnership Search Step 1

This option allows the user to specify the typical processes, a potential partner company should have.

By clicking on the check box to the left of the process title, a general process type is selected as part of the search (i.e. surface treatment and coating).

By clicking on the ‘+’ to the left of the process title, the process is expanded and more specific processes are displayed (i.e. within the surface treatment and coating process, there are 7 specific processes). To select a more specific sub-process, the check box to the left of the sub-process title should be clicked.

Please note that if the process is not expanded and the general process has been selected to be included in the search, then all sub-processes within the selected process will be included in the search automatically (i.e. if the user wants to surface treatment search for all types of surface treatment and coatings process, click on the general process types. However, if the user only requires powder coating, the user has to expand the list to identify the more specific process).

It is important to note, that the user can identify as many specific processes and general processes as required for the partner search. The search will review all competence profiled companies and display those selected results.

By clicking the Next step link, the user is taken to a new screen displaying the companies matching the criteria specified in Step 1. Please note that at least 1 process must be specified as the criteria to progress to Step 2.

Partnership Search Step 2

Step 2 provides the user with the results of the process search from Step 1. This step allows the user to refine the search; and to select specific companies the access information on.

To access addition information for potential partners:

By clicking on the Company name the details of that company are displayed.

By clicking on one of the dropdown boxes under the title ‘Group companies according to the following sequence of preference:’ the user is presented with a number of options which can refine the search.

Selecting Location in one of the dropdown boxes, will display a number of locations that the user may select (i.e. the location of the preferred partner), by clicking on a checkbox to the left of the location title. By clicking on the ‘+’ to the left of the location title, the location is expanded and more specific locations are displayed. To select a sub-location the check box to the left of the sub-location title should be clicked. Multiple locations and sub-locations can be selected using this method.

Selecting Number of Employees will display a dropdown box with options regarding the number of employees. This relates to the amount of employees that any potential partner company must have, to meet any user criteria. One option can be selected from the dropdown list.

Selecting Standards will display a number of industry standards, that the potential partner company must have, in order to meet the user criteria. These standards are selected by clicking on a checkbox to the left of the standard title. Multiple standards can be selected by using this method.

Selecting Referenced Customers will present the user with a dropdown box; this contains a number of options of companies that have provided a reference. One option can be selected from the dropdown list.

Selecting Markets will display a number of markets that the company must operate in to meet the user criteria. These markets are selected by clicking on a checkbox to the left of the market title. Multiple markets can be selected using this method.

Clicking on the Previous Step link will return the user to the previous page.

Clicking on the Reset link will reset all the selection criteria currently specified on the page.

Clicking on the Next Step link will progress the user to the Step 3 of the selection process, providing all necessary information has been entered.

Partnership Search Step 3

Step 3 provides a list of suggested partners that meet the user criteria. It also identifies potential partner companies that meet the user requirements to some degree. This is where the user can add or delete suggested and potential partners to a user contact list.

The suggested partners can be removed by selecting the Remove link to the right of the company information grid. Multiple partners can be removed using this method (whilst there are companies present in the grid). Details for the company can be viewed by clicking on the company name in the company information grid.

The potential partners can be added to the suggested partners (to contact) grid by clicking on the Add link to the right of the company information grid. Multiple partners can be added using this method (whilst there are companies present in the grid). Details for the company can be viewed by clicking on the company name in the company information grid.

By clicking on the Contact link the user is presented with an email form populated with the company details of the selected company/companies.

Clicking on the Previous Step link will return the user to the previous page.

By clicking on the Reset link the companies added or removed from the respective groups are reset to their original state.


MediiGate Key Functionalities NEWSFEED

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NEWSFEED

Overview

News feed (RDF) module allows a Newsfeed to be added to the MediGate site from a location on an Internet web site.

The module allows adding and editing of Newsfeeds.

Add New Newsfeed

This option allows the user to add a new Newsfeed to the MediGate site.

By clicking on the Edit link to the right of the News feed title, the XML Settings form is opened. The details of the Newsfeed can be added to the form with all fields being optional. It should be noted that unless the external XML source generates valid XML in a format understood by the selected XSLT Transform file (the emerging standards for such formats include RDF and RSS), the Newsfeed will not be displayed on the MediGate site.

Can we please tell people what to do when the newsfeed source provides the ready code as opposed to the url link? How would someone that has not done this before differentiate between the two? Please advise.

By clicking on the Update link, providing a valid Newsfeed Url has been provided, the user will be returned to the Newsfeed module screen and the Newsfeed will be displayed.

By clicking the Cancel link, all details are lost and the Newsfeed is not created.


MediiGate Key Functionalities – LINKS

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LINKS

Overview

Links work the same way as a hyperlink on an HTML web page. They allow the user to click on the Link and navigate to another website or page on the internet/intranet.

The module allows adding, editing and viewing Links. Only the creator of the Link may edit details of that particular Link.

Add Link

This option allows the user to add a new Link.
Where can you add new links to? (projects and clusters, others??)
The details of the Link are added to the form with Title, Url and Order of link of page being mandatory fields in which a valid value must be entered. The Description field is optional. The Url field should contain a valid Url to the web page the user wishes to link to, it is not necessary in this field to include the ¡®http://¡¯ prefix to the web page. If a valid Url is not entered then the Link will not navigate to the desired web page.

By clicking the Add link the Link is created, providing all mandatory information has been provided.

By clicking Cancel all details are lost and the Link is not created.

View Link

This option allows the MediGate user to view the web page that the Link navigates to.
To access the required Link, the user should click on Link title, which will open the new web page in a separate window.

Edit Link

This option allows the MediGate user (owner of the Link) to edit existing Links and edit the details.

To access the required Link the user should click on the pencil icon located to the left of the Link title, which will open the Link details screen. The details of the Link are displayed, if the user is the owner of the Link (that is the user created this Link), these details can be changed. The user is presented with a form exactly the same as the Add Link screen. The information is changed in the same way as the Add Link form with the same fields being mandatory

By clicking the Update link any information edited by the user will be changed and the user will be returned to the Link lists screen where the updated information is displayed.

By clicking Cancel any information changed will be lost and the user will be returned to the Link lists screen.

By clicking Delete the Link will be deleted from the lists of links on the site and the user will be returned to the Link lists screen where this deletion is reflected.


MediiGate Key Functionalities IMAGE INSERT

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IMAGE INSERT

Overview

Image module allows an image to be uploaded to the MediGate site from a location on a particular storage device or from an image hosted on an Internet web site.

The module allows adding and editing of Images.

It should be noted that when inserting an image using a Netscape browser, that the image file of type '.BMP' is not supported and as such will not upload onto the MediGate site.

Add New Image

This option allows the user to add a new Image to the MediGate site.

By clicking on the Edit link to the right of the Image module title, the Image Settings form is opened. The details of the Image can be added to the form with all fields being optional. It should be noted that unless a valid Image source or valid Image Url is specified, the image will not appear on the site.

Src Location (url) field should contain the repository where the required Image resides. Failure to provide a valid location will result in no Image being displayed on the MediGate site.

Image width and Image height fields should contain a numeric indicating the size of the Image to be displayed on the MediGate site. As a guide a suggested optimum size for the new image should be 210 wide by 210 high.

By clicking on the Browse button the user is presented with the Windows ‘Choose file’ screen, which has the same functionality as the standard Windows Explorer program. By locating the desired file and clicking on the Open button, the Upload Image field is populated. Please note that unless the file specified is a valid Image file, no Image will be displayed on the MediGate site.

By clicking on the Upload Image link, providing the Upload Image field has been populated, the Src Location (url) filed is automatically populated with the location details of the Image.

By clicking on the Update link, providing a valid Image source has been provided, the user will be returned to the Image module screen and the Image will be displayed.

By clicking the Cancel link, all details are lost and the Image is not created.


MediiGate Key Functionalities HTML DOCUMENT

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HTML DOCUMENT

Overview

HTML Document module allows the user to add an existing HTML web page or user-created HTML web page to the MediGate web site.

The module allows adding and editing of the HTML web page. Only the creator of the HTML Document module may edit details of this area.

Edit HTML Document

This option allows the user to add some HTML Markup to the MediGate web site.

The content of the HTML Markup can be added by clicking on the Edit link to the right of the HTML Document title. The HTML Settings form is displayed and the content of the HTML can be added to the text box on the screen. This field can be edited in the same way as a word document with font and type options available for change. This form also allows the user to ‘cut’ and ‘paste’ existing HTML created by another application or from another existing HTML web page to the field.

To remove the HTML Document, the HTML Settings field should be emptied of all content.

By clicking the Update link the HTML Markup is created.

By clicking the Cancel link, all details are lost and the HTML Markup is not created.


MediiGate Key Functionalities HIERARCHICAL LINKS

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HIERARCHICAL LINKS

Overview

The Hierarchical Links module allows the creation, updating and deletion of Hierarchical Links, which are links to other internet sites, which can be viewed within the MediGate site. The links are displayed as a hierarchical tree view which can be expanded and collapsed using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ signs respectively, to the left of the Hierarchical Link title.
It should be noted that some web-sites do not permit their content to be displayed in this manner and will as such only allow viewing through a separate browser window. An example of this type of web-site is www.bbc.co.uk.

Create Hierarchical Link

By clicking on the Add link, the Hierarchical Link detail fields are displayed. The user can then add the details of the Hierarchical Link with Title, URL, Order of link and Destination Height being mandatory fields, in which a valid value must be entered. Please note that if the new link is the first to be created the Hierarchical Link details fields will be automatically displayed.

Clicking the Add link will create a new Hierarchical Link. By selecting the Add to Top Level checkbox the new Hierarchical Link will be created as a parent element. If this box is not checked the new Hierarchical Link is created as a child of the currently selected Hierarchical Link, unless this is the first Hierarchical Link created in which case the Hierarchical Link will always be a parent.
The new links are displayed in a hierarchical tree that can be expanded and collapsed using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ signs respectively, to the left of the Hierarchical Link title, the link is then displayed within MediGate site window.

The URL field should contain a valid URL for the internet site the link is required to link to.

The Order of link field should contain the order in which the user wishes links to appear. If the link is a top level element this will specify it’s position within the top level elements in the Hierarchical Links tree If the link is a child element it will specify it’s position with regards to the other child elements within the currently selected parent.

The Destination Height field should contain the height of the display window for the new link. This numeric indicates the number of pixels that will make up the height of the window, 1200 pixels is a guideline size for this field.

Edit Hierarchical Link

By clicking on a Hierarchical Link the link is displayed along with the detail fields for the particular link. These details can be changed by the user and clicking the Update link will update these details, providing all mandatory information has been provided. By clicking on the Delete link the selected Hierarchical Link can be deleted from the MediGate site.


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