PharmaDoc Publisher


  • A user can run a publishing job using one of the following two methods.
    1. Running a job from a publishing client
      • A user can meticulously specify the publishing pattern before running a job.
      • Preview and editing screens for the table of content and bookmarks can be used to check or edit the resulting image before completing the job.
      • After a publishing job is started, a run dialog box is displayed so the progress can be tracked.
    2. Running a job by selecting a VD
      • If a pre-specified publishing pattern is designated for VDs on the server, a user can execute a publishing job by simply selecting a VD without being familiar with report publishing patterns.
  • The user can check the progress on the job progress tracking screen.
  • Completion of a publishing job can be notified by email.
  • A report publishing job including a table of contents can be run at a high speed.
    • 5,000 pages in 8 minutes and 38 seconds (table of contents: 33 pages, PDF file size: 264MB)
    • 10,000 pages in 20 minutes and 11 seconds (table of contents: 66 pages, PDF file size: 526MB)
    • Simultaneous running of ten 1,000-page jobs in 15 minutes and 9 seconds
      Measured the length of time from the start of 10 jobs until all the jobs are completed
      (table of contents: 17 pages per job, PDF file size: 41MB per job)

New Functionalities

  • We have linked Veeva Vault (a Veeva Systems product) to our PharmaDoc Publisher.
    In April 2018, we are planning to launch our cloud operation services* for PharmaDoc Publisher.

    * The following are the major features of our cloud operation services.

    • Cloud monitoring services for PharmaDoc Publisher
    • Version updates for PharmaDoc Publisher
    • Installation of security patches for the operating system
    • Backups
  • The header/footer area specification function has been expanded in the header/footer settings.
    Long character strings for a header or footer used to be wrapped at the area border.
    improvement has enabled these strings to be displayed in a single line.
  • A Japanese hyphenation feature has been added for the creation of a TOC page and for the setting of headers and footers.
Version System Requirements
PharmaDoc Publisher 4.1 PharmaDoc Publisher Publishing Server
– Windows Server 2012 R2
– Microsoft Office 2010, 2013, 2016
– Documentum Content Server 7.1, 7.2
– D2 4.2, 4.5
– Adobe PDF Library
PharmaDoc Publisher Publishing Client
– Windows7, Windows8.1, Windows10

PharmaDoc Publisher is available with an English or Japanese UI.

* PharmaDoc is a registered trademark of Planet Pharma Solutions, Inc. in Japan.