Local and Shared batches each have their own tab. At the bottom of the pane, the total folders/documents/pages of the highlighted batch are displayed, as well as the last updated time.
Rejected folders and documents are placed in an Exceptions Batch. These batches will not be included in auto indexing.
High Priority Batches
A batch can be set to High Priority. This is useful to expedite the workflow of a certain batch. If a document type is setup to have automatic processing workflow steps, these batches will be processed first.
A batch can be suspended in its current workflow for review or processing at a later time. A user can choose if these batches are included for automatic processing.
A batch can be set aside for any number of reasons. The user has the option to attach a note for reference. These batches will not be included in any automatic processing workflow step.
Each new batch created is assigned a unique batch ID number. This process is automatic, and the numbers will never repeat. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in ascending or descending order.
An unique name must be given to each batch when it’s created. The name assignment can be set as automatic, manual, or custom. See Batch Storage Options in Capture Profile - General for more details. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in ascending or descending order.
Lists the Capture Profile of each batch. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in ascending or descending order.
Displays the current workflow step the batch is in. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in ascending or descending order.
Shows the total number of steps defined for the Capture Profile(s), and the current step the batch is in.
Indicates whether the batch is Local or Checked In/Checked Out (for Shared batches).
A date and timestamp of when a batch was created. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in chronological order.
Indicates the user the batch was created by.
Displays the [Domain\Login:Computer] that currently has batch(s) checked out. It means that batch is currently being processed. A single left mouse click on the column heading will sort the list in ascending or descending order. A checked out batch will not be available to another user.
A checkmark indicates a batch that has been closed. NOTE:Show Closed Batches must be enabled to view this column.
Indicates the retention status of a closed batch (Keep/Archive/Delete Batch). NOTE:Show Closed Batches must be enabled to view this column. See Batch Retention Options in Capture Profile - General for further details.
Some columns can be filtered via a dropdown list. This is useful to narrow down a search, or if the user wishes to view only batches of a certain project, workflow step, etc.
Right mouse click on any batch will bring up the quick menu. It allows access to some of the most commonly used commands without using the ribbon menu.
For all incomplete and open batches, selecting open will automatically start the appropriate module depending on which workflow step the batch is in, and begin processing.
Open Batch In
This option allows the user to open a batch in any of the modules specific to the currently selected batch workflow.
View Batch Information
Opens the Batch Information dialog box. Opening this from within the Batch Manager module allows access to the Modify Document Type Definition button where it is disabled in other parts of the application.
Check In Batch
A batch that is checked out will show [Domain\Login:Computer] in the Owner column. If, for some reason, a batch remains checked out after a user has finished working on it, it can be manually checked in. NOTE: Use the same computer on which the batch was last checked out by to check it back in to avoid data loss.
Open Batch Folder
Opens the batch storage folder in Windows Explorer.
The user can export a single batch out to a different location. The Export Batches dialog box will open.
Deletes a single batch along with the associated image files from storage.
Rename a batch by entering a new name in the following window.
Verify Batch for Auto Processing...
When selecting an auto processed batch the user can choose to verify the batch to make sure there are no errors in auto processing.