Enabling Auto-import allows for the monitoring of one or more local, network, Sharepoint/WebDAV, and Email folder locations.
- Folders may be populated by MFP devices, network scanners, email/Fax servers or other devices which produce TIFF, PDF, JPEG, BMP, PNG or other data file types supported in Capture Profile Configuration/Data File Indexing.
- Auto Import of documents is not the same as Workflow Auto Processing, which allows batches to be automatically processed through their workflows by the system. To learn more about this process, see Enabling Workflow Auto Processing.
Minimum Time Between Sessions
A value in minutes for the system to wait before beginning a session of importing files.
PSIcapture will process batches normally until their workflow is complete. However, if you intend to process batches which either may contain extremely large files, or will have such a large number of files that they may slow down other batches from being completed, you can opt to set a cap, in minutes, at which time the AutoImport processor will restart itself, suspend the batch in question, and continue to que up new batches after restarting. For example, if you have a batch timeout limit set to 30 minutes, and a batch takes 31 minutes to process, the batch errors out and the files are sent back for re-queue. Auto Import is run as a separate executable (Windows Program). If a batch timeout is present, the AutoImportProcessor.EXE must complete and report back to the auto import service before the time limit expires. If not, the executable is terminated, and the next directory in line is queued up by the service, thus creating a new AutoImportProcessor.EXE. It's important to be certain that your batch timeout is set to a relatively high number that will give all batches in the scope of your work the chance to complete, and only rule out problem batches. If the number is too low, you may end up with batches failing that only needed another minute or so to complete, which can become a huge bottleneck, and essentially reverse the intended effect of the feature.
File Sorting Method
The method to sort files for processing.
Maximum Imported Files per Batch
The cap for imported files in a single batch & workflow.
NOTE: This setting applies to the number of imported emails only. The subsequent attachments are not counted in this metric, and PSIcapture will not split attachments from their original emails into separate batches if the maximum number of files is exceeded including attachments.
Maximum Imported Pages per Batch
The cap for imported pages in a single batch & workflow.
NOTE: This setting does not apply for an Email Connector monitored location.
Delete Empty Directories Referenced in Data File Indexing data files after processing
The Data File Indexing module can reference folders during a workflow. Learn more about Data File Indexing.
Append "(Auto Import)" to the end of each batch name
E.g. "Batch 10423.103122 (Auto Import)"
Archive the queue manifest files
Each Auto Import Que has manifest files, which can be archived for reference purposes.
Filter File set by script
Set up a Script to adjust how specific files can be imported, along with many other configurable options. To learn more about how our professional services team members can set up a script customized to your specific needs, contact your sales representative.
Age-Based Selection Filters
These filters can be applied in a variety of areas and allow users to limit the scope of the Auto Import queue generation based on specific age requirements of the files within the monitored directories.
In order to apply these settings and begin watching a folder for Automatic Import, set up a Monitored Directory. Learn more about setting up Monitored Directories.
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