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Data Capture Server Deployment Guide

Platform
OnBase
Product
Data Capture Server
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

This section contains configuration options for the Data Capture Configuration Tool. You can set the default OnBase logon credentials for the configuration tool, as well as the configuration tool's display language and culture settings.

<ServiceLocation> Attributes

Description

Domain

This option is set to the default domain name that is displayed/entered when logging on to the Data Capture Configuration Tool using Interactive User Authentication with Active Directory and LDAP Authentication.

UseNTAuthentication

When set to true, the Data Capture Configuration Tool is configured to use Active Directory or LDAP Authentication.

ServicePath

This option is set to the default service path of the OnBase Application Server that the Data Capture Server connects to.

DataSource

This option is set to the default data source used to connect to your OnBase database.

Username

This option is set to the default OnBase user name that is used to log on to the Data Capture Configuration Tool.

<Settings> Attributes

Description

DisplayLanguage

The interface is displayed in the Windows default operating system language.

To display the interface in a language different from the default operating system language, type the language code, such as de-DE for German or fr-FR for French. For more information on language codes, see Microsoft documentation on Windows Language Code Identifier.

Note:

This setting is commented out by default. This means that this setting cannot be used until you remove the <!-- preceding <DisplayLanguage> and the --> following </DisplayLanguage>.

Culture

The interface displays dates, time, currency, and numeric values using the default Windows locale settings configured in Regional and Language Options.

To override the default Windows locale in the interface, set the Culture to an ISO code such as de-CH for German (Switzerland).

Note:

This setting is commented out by default. This means that this setting cannot be used until you remove the <!-- preceding <Culture> and the --> following </Culture>.

Note:

The < DisplayLanguage> and < Culture> settings are not required to match, except when < DisplayLanguage> is configured as Arabic (Saudi Arabia). When < DisplayLanguage> is configured as ar-SA, < Culture> must also be configured as ar-SA. However, when < Culture> is configured as ar-SA, the < DisplayLanguage> is not required to be ar-SA.