| was designed to integrate with your back end systems. For example, you can connect to a database, Google Drive and sheets, PaperVision - Image Silo document management systems and more. There are several connectors available to help with this integration. The connectors are listed below. |
- frevvo Connectors are an Add on feature with additional costs
- frevvo only supports/certifies frevvo connectors running in the Apache Tomcat container. Refer to our Supported Platforms for the list of Application Servers and databases supported/certified by frevvo.
The Database Connector makes it very easy to connect
to most databases. You can save form submissions in your database or initialize forms from a database. Note that this connector uses XML schema.
See Database Connector for help installing and using this connector.
Connecting your frevvo to Google sheets and drive is very easy to do with the frevvo Google Connector. See the Google Connector chapter for help installing and using this connector.
The frevvo Add-on for Confluence is available as an add-on to either
' Online service or In-house installations. You need to install it into Confluence before you can add forms and submissions pages to Confluence. You will also need to download and install frevvo for Confluence.
See frevvo ™ for Confluence documentation for help installing and using this plugin.
PaperVision® / ImageSilo® Connector
frevvo supports form submissions sent directly into Digitech Systems PaperVision® and ImageSilo® document management products.
See Connecting to PaperVision® / ImageSilo® for help installing and using this connector.
The Filesystem Connector saves
submissions to a local or remote filesystem or an Enterprise Content Management system (ECM). See Filesystem Connector
for easy installation and configuration information.
Store documents and information to a secure Microsoft SharePoint website. Configure the frevvo SharePoint Connector for your tenant then use the SharePoint wizard to connect your forms/flows to the SharePoint website for document storage. . Refer to the SharePoint Connector topic for the details.
connectors installed on-premise should only be accessible to the frevvo server i.e. http://localhost:8983/
, and should not be remotely accessible. Most customers don’t allow external http access to a server (only https). Since the connector(s) is not exposed over https, remote code execution vulnerability can be mitigated (a remote attacker cannot exploit this vulnerability as it is not exposed). Another option to enhance connector security is to block external access to port 8983, for example using firewall rules.
See also Database Connector Security.