The Storage Location specifies the directory that output file will be written to when migrating this Document Type. It is recommended that a different Storage Location be used for each Document Type. WARNING: If the user specifies Overwrite Output File in the Output File Write Mode and anything other than All Files in Storage Location\Batch Folder in the Shared File Options\File Directory Structure section each batch that is migrated will overwrite the output load file of the previous batch.
Specify a Storage Location by selecting one from the drop down list or by selection “New”. NOTE: Storage Locations can also be defined in the “Storage” tab on the Main Configuration Dialog as covered in the Configured Storage Locations section of this manual.
A new Storage Location can be defined by pressing the ‘New’ button, which will open the Storage Location Definition dialog below. When the new Storage Location is saved, it will be added to the list of Storage Locations and will be automatically selected for the user.
Alternate Page File Tags to Output
Select the tag name of the Alternate Page(s). NOTE: Separate multiple tags using commas. To migrate all alternate pages, leave blank.
User ID index field
Select from a list of predefined batch/folder/document index fields of the current document type.
Output File Extension
Select the desired extension of the output file. The default is txt.
Select the desired delimiter:
If the data contains the delimiter chosen above enter a text qualifier such as " in order to allow the data to be processed.
Select from the following options (NOTE: UTF-8 is the windows default but if the target system is Unix ASCII may be desired).
Select the desired directory structure from the following options:
All Files in Storage Location
All Files in Storage Location\Batch Folder
Output File in Storage Location; Document files in Storage Location\Batch Folder
Output File in Storage Location; Document files in Storage Location\Batch Folder\Capture Folder
Duplicate Image/OCR File Behavior
When the program detects that it is about to create a duplicate Image/OCR file the user can select from the following behavior options: Increment duplicate names (e.g.: 000001.tif, 000001_1.tif, 000001_2.tif), Overwrite existing file, Use existing file, or Stop Migrating.
The user may wish to execute another windows application as a part of this migration. In order to accomplish this, the user must configure the following:
Application to Launch
Select the windows executable to launch.
Supply any command line arguments, if any. These are supplied by the executable’ developer.
The user can choose between the following timing options to launch the executable:
Launch application after each Batch is migrated
Launch application after all selected Batches are migrated