Creating scan profiles allows you to setup predefined attributes for the applications being scanned.

From the Maintenance Menu, navigate to Scanning/Import Maintenance, Maintain Scanning Profiles.

Click “Add Scan Profile” to create a new scanning profile entry.

Double click an existing record to update/maintain an existing scanning profile.

There are 2 types of scanning profiles:

Standard Creates one document at a time. You can scan one or multiple pages. When you accept the scan, that pages are combined into a single record.
Batch Used to Scan multiple documents at once then burst them into separate documents by means of a separator sheet. Batch scanning requires you to scan to the pc then upload. Scan direct to the server is not permitted.
Profile Parameters
Profile Name: The name given to this scanning procedure.
Profile Description: A description of the scanning process.
Scanning Type: Standard or Batch
Image System ID: RVI Image System ID Code for the imaging system receiving the scanned images.
Destination: Used to specify scan destination PC or Direct. Batch scan profiles require a destination of PC. The Direct option will automatically upload the documents after scanning. The PC option requires the user to run an upload.
Set Indexing Flag: Sets the batch indexing flag. Y = At scan time, a batch record is created. From Image Inquiry, Functions, Batch Indexing the document can be indexed.
Route To This Profile: Route to the specified profile at scan time.
Index Constant Values: Index data pre-loaded at the time of scanning.
Batch Scanning Options: Only available for Scanning Profile Type: BATCH. Select between 4 separator types to handle the bursting of the scanned batches.
1 = Fixed Page Separation (001): Scan multiple pages. Separate on a fixed page count.
2 = Separate When Index Value Encountered (999): Scan multiple pages with a barcode on the first page that will be used for indexing. The first page will be retained as part of the scanned document.
3 = Separate When Index Value Encountered, Discard Separator Page (998): Scan multiple pages with a barcode on the first page that will be used for indexing. The first page will not be retained as part of the document scanned.
4 = Scan Multiple Pages, Separate On Index Value Change (997): Scan groups of identically barcoded pages followed by related non-barcoded pages. All pages with the same barcode AND any non-barcoded pages immediately following will be grouped into the same image.
Delete Record: Click check box then click “Submit” to delete this scanning profile.


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