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Automated Redaction

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

While you can use the Text Strings button to configure individual, static text string values to be redacted from a document, you can also use the Text Files button to configure all the text string values, static or dynamic, that are stored in a text file to be redacted from a document.

When setting up a text file for redaction, do one of the following:

  • Enter each individual text string value on a new line. If any line exceeds 255 characters, all text beyond the 255th character will be truncated in the text string value.

  • Enter the individual text string values as comma-separated values enclosed by quotation marks (e.g., "john","joe","pete","sam"). The values within the quotation marks will be read as the individual text string values.

Note:

If a line in a text file does not begin with a quotation mark, the entire line will be read as the literal text string value.

To redact a text file's stored text string values from a document:

  1. From the Automated Redaction Dictionary Configuration dialog box, select the Dictionary to be configured from the Dictionary Name list.
  2. Click Text Files. The Automated Redaction Text File Import dialog box is displayed.
  3. In the text field, manually enter or browse to the desired text file on a UNC path.
  4. Click Add to add the file to the Text Files list.
  5. If you wish to delete a file from the Text Files list, select the file and click Delete.
  6. When you are finished adding text files to the list, click Close. The Automated Redaction Text File Import dialog box is closed and you are returned to the Automated Redaction Dictionary Configuration dialog box.