DWS4 (2023 – Present)
The latest version of the Cloud service was released in August 2023.
DWS4 introduces many new modern enterprise-style features including:
- Multi-user accounts with role management.
- Multiple accounts per user.
- Partitioning of an account into multiple environments.
- Enhanced rendering engine for improved template-to-document conversion accuracy.
- Additions to template syntax, for example: the ability to sort/filter/group repeating data.
Please contact support to discuss moving from DWS3 to DWS4.
DWS3 (2019 – Present)
This version of the Cloud service was released in October 2019. The DWS3 service will continue to run in parallel to the DWS4 service.
The DWS3 release added:
- The ability to control the processing location used for storing templates and generating documents.
- Significant improvements to the document rendering engine (more accurate conversion from template to output format)
Accounts created between October 2019 and August 2023 should login using the DWS3 Cloud Console
For assistance with migrating to the latest version please contact support.
DWS2 (2015 – 2024)
The first major upgrade to the Cloud service occurred in 2015.
This involved a move to much faster hardware and significant improvements to the document generation engine resulting in speed improvements of up to 5x faster.
During 2018 we released a new look Cloud Console, which is the web portal used to manage templates/images and test rendering in the Cloud.
DWS2 is scheduled to retire in 2024. We will begin contacting customers in early 2024 to provide plenty of time to plan for and assist with the move to DWS4. If you would like early advice on migrating please feel free to contact support.
If your application is using the DWS2 API (https://dws2.docmosis.com/services/rs/), you can log in to your account using the DWS2 Cloud Console.
DWS (2011 – 2020)
The Cloud service was first launched in 2011 as Docmosis Web Services (DWS).
The original service ran for 10 years. After working with the last few users to migrate to one of the releases above, the service was retired in 2020.