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Report Mining

Platform
OnBase
Product
Report Mining
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

When you add a record group single data column or access its settings, the Record Group Single Data dialog box is displayed:

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Select Data Configuration if the data occurs in the same location within each record group.

    • Select Tag Data Configuration if the data occurs in the same location relative to a specific word or phrase within the record group.

  2. If you selected Data Configuration from the Record Group Single Data dialog box, enter the following settings:

    Setting

    Description

    Line

    Type the line where the data occurs within the record group. The first line of the record group is line 1.

    Column

    Type the column where the data begins. The first column on the page is column 1.

    Width

    Type the number of columns that the data spans. This value should equal the maximum number of characters that a data value may contain.

    If you selected Tag Data Configuration, enter the following settings:

    Section

    Setting

    Description

    Tag Location

    Line

    Type the line where the tag string occurs within the record group, where the first line of the record group is line 1.

    Column

    Type the column where the tag string begins, where the first column on the page is column 1.

    Width

    Type the number of columns that the tag string spans.

    For example, the word Month would span 5 columns, one per character.

    Tag String

    Type the alphanumeric characters that compose the tag string.

    Data Location

    (In Relation to Tag)

    Line

    Type the line where the data occurs (relative to the tag string). The line containing the tag string is line 0.

    Column

    Type the column where the data begins (relative to the tag string). The last column in the tag string is column 0, and the first column after the tag string is column 1.

    Width

    Type the number of columns that the data spans. This value should equal the maximum number of characters that a data value may contain.

  3. Click Save.