Selecting Match Style Settings - Image Statements - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - external

Image Statements

Platform
OnBase
Product
Image Statements
Release
Foundation 22.1
License

Additional configuration is required for specific match styles. To access the additional configuration parameters, click the Match Style Settings button. For information on the types of settings you can configure, see the following table.

Match Style

Configuration Setting

Standard

No match style configuration settings are available for the Standard match style.

Match File

The Match File match style allows you to specify an image to display in place of a missing document. For information on configuring Match File settings, see Match File Settings.

Format File

The Format File match style allows you to specify the file location of the format file using a UNC path. The format file links Keyword Values to specific Statement Types.

The information contained in a format file indicates what format is applied when printing rendered statements. The format used for printing is dependent on what Keyword Value is found on the primary document configured for the Statement Type, and what Statement Type alias the file associates with that Keyword Value.

For information on configuring Format File settings, see Format File Settings.

Embedded Match

The Embedded Match match style allows you to specify an image to display in the place of a missing document. For information on configuring Embedded Match settings, see Embedded Match Settings.

Kirchman ATE

The Kirchman ATE match style allows you to specify a different statement format by entering a four-character alias embedded in the header information to reference a Statement Type. For information on configuring Kirchman ATE settings, see Kirchman ATE Settings.

Dynamic Documents

The Dynamic Documents match style allows you to specify an image to display in the place of a missing document. If no bitmap is selected, a default placeholder is displayed in place of the image. For information on configuring these settings, see Dynamic Documents Settings.