Microsoft Azure Storage Migration Configuration

General Tab


Connection Options

Authentication Type
  • Storage Access Keys: An access key created along with the storage resource, providing authenticated, full access.
  • Shared Access Signature: A temporary access token to the storage resource, usually with a policy defining its expiration, access area, read/write permissions, etc.
Account Name

This is the name specified to the storage resource when it is created. It usually ends up being the first portion of the endpoint subdomain, (e.g. psigentest.blob.core.windows.net)

Access Key / SAS Token

Enter the value found in your Microsoft Azure storage account's Shared Access Signature or Access Keys configuration. 

Advanced

Endpoint Suffix

If your endpoint URL is non-standard, change its suffix and protocol here.

Storage Options

Storage Type
  • Blob Storage: Unstructured data storage (e.g. text or binary data).
  • File Storage: Structured file storage, such as files or images to be stored in a folder hierarchy.


Note

The "Directory Design" tab will be disabled for Blob Storage targets as this storage type does not handle structured data.

Blob Container / File Share

  • Existing: Migrate files and data to a currently created storage container within the Storage account.
  • Map to field: Migrate files and data to a storage container using the name associated with an Index Field.
  • Manual: Enter the static name of the storage container.
  • Auto-create missing Container if it does not exist: Given the above options (where applicable), enable Azure to create the target storage container if it does not existing already.



Image File Options

Migrate Image Files

Select Migrate Image Files to output the image files (i.e. Tiff, GIF, JPEG, etc.).

Image Source

Select the Image Source:

  • Main Image – Image you see within the capture viewer
  • Original Image – Only available if option on step 2 of 9 is selected (this image is not modified by Image Processing)
  • Alternate Images – Alternate images can be created at various times during the workflow (IE Image Processing: Crop)
Storage Location

Select Storage Location by choosing a pre-defined location or configuring a new one.

Image Output Type

Select from the following:

  • Multi-Page Tiff Image
  • Single Page Tiff Images
  • Single Page JPEG Images
  • Single Page JPEG 2000 Images
  • Single Page BMP Images
  • Single Page GIF Images
  • Single Page PNG Images
  • Multi-Page PDF (Image Only)
  • Single Page PDFs (Image Only).
JPEG Quality

The default is 75 and is a good blend between quality and size. Raising the number will increase size and may increase the quality of the file. This setting affects Color, Grayscale and JPEG files only.

Tags to Output

When Alternate Images are selected as the Image Source, user can specify the image tag here. Only alternate images with the matching tag will be outputted. NOTE: Separate multiple tags using commas.

Select Alt. Page Behavior

One Document with all tags, or One Document with each tag.


OCR and Non-Image File Options

Migrate OCR or Non-Image Files

This is for files created in the OCR module.

Storage Location

Select Storage Location by choosing a pre-defined location or configuring a new one.

OCR Files To Migrate

Select from the following:

  • All OCR Files for Document
  • Single OCR File by workflow position
  • OCR Files by file tags.
  • Non-Image source file
OCR Workflow Step Position

This setting indicates which OCR step to use if more than one exists in the workflow.

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