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Application Enabler

Platform
OnBase
Product
Application Enabler
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Premier
Essential
Standard

You can choose to memorize keywords for each hotspot. Memorizing keywords allows Application Enabler to store the scraped keywords for later use on subsequent scrape events. Memorized keywords allow for more flexibility when configuring applications that have associated keywords across multiple screens, and also allow for keywords to be memorized on some screens and/or hotspots while not being memorized on others.

Memorized keywords:

  • Persist after a scrape event is fired. This means that after a scrape event is triggered, the memorized keywords can still be used on subsequent scrape events.

  • Are replaced instead of appended. If a keyword is memorized, and the same Keyword Type is scraped again, the memorized Keyword Value will be replaced with the newly scraped Keyword Value.

    If the same Keyword Type exists within the hotspot triggering the event and in the memorized cache, the Keyword Value scraped from the hotspot is used. If the hotspot triggering the event is not a memorizing hotspot, the Keyword Value is not updated in the memorized cache.

  • Are appended to all Application Enabler contexts. There is no specific Application Enabler context that must be used to memorize keywords.

To specify memorization parameters:

  1. Select the hotspot and click Settings.
  2. Select the Memorization tab.
  3. When Memorize keywords only; user is unable to generate context events from this hotspot is selected, any event that is generated from this hotspot will cause the keywords associated with this hotspot to be memorized. Select the Allow user to generate context events from this hotspot if the keywords will be memorized and the context event will also be fired.

    For example, a hotspot has Memorize keywords only; user is unable to generate context events from this hotspot selected and the Application Enabler - Retrieve Documents context is configured. If Allow user to generate context events from this hotspot is not selected, the keywords will be memorized but the Application Enabler - Retrieve Documents search results list will not be displayed. If Allow user to generate context events from this hotspot is selected, the keywords will be memorized and the Application Enabler - Retrieve Documents search results list will be displayed.

    Note:

    In Application Enabler Live, document retrieval does not occur for hotspots configured as Memorize keywords only; user is unable to generate context events from this hotspot. Keywords are still memorized.

  4. When Require previously memorized keywords when generating context events from this hotspot is selected, users are warned when they generate an event that expects some keywords to come from memory. The warning is only displayed if no keywords have been memorized.
    Note:

    This setting cannot be used to enforce memorization of specific keywords.

    Select an option from the Warning Level drop-down list. When Warn and continue is selected, users are warned and allowed to continue. When Warn and cancel is selected, users are warned and the scrape event, including Application Enabler Live retrieval, is canceled.

  5. When Auto-clear all previously memorized keywords after generate context events from this hotspot is selected, all memorized keywords are cleared after a scrape event occurs. When this setting is not selected, memorized keywords must be cleared manually.