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Automated Redaction

Platform
OnBase
Product
Automated Redaction
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Once a Dictionary is created, you can specify one or more values for the Dictionary. Each value represents one piece of data that is redacted from the document (e.g., a name, a Social Security Number, a credit card number, etc.) when it undergoes Automated Redaction.

The following types of values can be added to a Dictionary:

You can add as many values to a Dictionary as you want, and you can add as many different types of values as you want. For example, you could create a Dictionary with 25 values (10 text string values, eight values matching a regular expression, and seven Keyword Values).

Tip:

You can create several Dictionaries consisting of only a few, related values and then apply them as needed to as many Document Types as you want. Dictionaries were purposefully designed this way to eliminate the need to duplicate configurations for each Document Type.