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Directory Import Processor

Directory Import Processor
Foundation 22.1

Verify the process by viewing the Verification Report.

  1. From the Client module, select Processing | Directory Import Processor. The Directory Import Processor window is displayed. The left side of the Directory Import Processor window displays the Directory Import Processor Format, Process Job, and status queues. The right side displays a list of whatever is selected in the left side (individual Directory Import Processor formats, process jobs or batches).
  2. Click Awaiting Commit on the left side of the window.
  3. On the right side of the window, select the newly created batch.
  4. Right-click and select the option View Verification Report. The Verification Report displays information on the process, including the format run, the files processed, the length of time it took to process, the documents found, errors generated, and the total number of pages and documents processed.
    The number of unidentified documents should be 0(zero). If there are unidentified items, view the documents to determine why they are not identified. The process may need to be modified to accommodate the items.
  5. You can also examine the individual documents in the batch. Double-click the batch to display all documents in the batch.

    After running a process, even if a user is restricted by a Security Keyword applied to the documents in a queue, the user can see both the document and the document's Keyword Values from the queue (Awaiting Commit or Committed). All Security Keyword rules still apply when the user tries to view documents from the Document Retrieval dialog box (even if the batch hasn't been committed and the document is being retrieved from the Awaiting Commit queue).


    The user cannot re-index the Keyword Values from the queue.

  6. In most cases, the list of documents in the batch will contain an auto-name string, or document title, that contains one or more of the Keyword Values imported during the process. You can view all Keyword Values of individual documents in the batch, by right-clicking a document and selecting Keywords.

    If there is no Auto-Name string for one or all of the items, the process may need to be reconfigured.


    Invalid Keyword Value warnings will not stop a batch from processing. Batches with invalid Keyword Values will be processed in OnBase and follow all configured options.