Scanning a Batch of Checks - Branch Capture Check Processor - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - external

Branch Capture Check Processor

Branch Capture Check Processor
Foundation 22.1

To scan a batch of checks:

  1. Batches of checks can only be scanned while the Scanning client is displayed in Batch Scanning view. Click the Scan New Check Batch toolbar button to display the Scanning client in Batch scanning view.

    The Batch Scanning view can only be displayed if a supported scanner is installed on the workstation, and that scanner is currently connected and powered on. Multiple scanners can be installed and connected to the Scanning client, but only one scanner can be used at a time.


    Alternatively, if you are using a Canon CR-135, CR-180 II, or CR-190i scanner, you can press the scanner's Start button to begin scanning a batch of checks.

  2. Enter your Branch ID and/or Teller ID.

    The Teller ID value cannot be 0 (zero).

    Depending on your Branch Capture configuration, the Branch ID may or may not be required. Generally, this option is only used when one branch is processing checks for another branch and a way to identify the branch associated with the batch is needed.

    If your Branch Capture solution is licensed for CAR/LAR, the Batch Amount field is also displayed. This optional field allows you to enter the total amount of the batch of checks being scanned and the amount is compared to the amount of the batch determined by CAR/LAR. If the amounts match, a message is displayed informing you that the compared amounts are a match. If the amounts do not match, a message is displayed informing you that the amounts are mismatched.

  3. Click OK. The scanner begins to scan the checks.

    While the scanner is scanning the checks, click the Stop Scanning button to cancel the scanning process.

    If a paper jam occurs, click the Clear Jam button to eject all checks from the scanner. The batch will need to be re-scanned.


    This button is only available if a paper jam occurs.

  4. During scanning, images of both the front and back of the check, the MICR information of the currently-displayed check, and information on the batch being scanned (for example, the Batch ID, the Check Count, and, if available, the Total Amount of all checks in the batch) are displayed in the Scanning client.

    The Branch Capture Scanning client automatically attempts to validate the Routing Number to ensure it is a valid Federal Reserve Bank District ID.

    If your Branch Capture solution is licensed and configured to use the CAR/LAR functionality in the Scanning client, individual Check Amount will not display during scanning if the recognized Amount value meets the configured confidence level, but the Total Amount value will be updated to reflect each recognized Check Amount.

  5. Duplicate batches (i.e. batches that contain all of the same checks, regardless of the order of the checks in the batch) are automatically detected. If a duplicate batch is detected, a message is displayed informing you that the batch is a duplicate after scanning is completed.