Right. My customer was used to it and liked it that way. Maybe a bug or just an undocumented change.
Is it supposed to be the Document Name from the file cabinet?
My build is 126.96.36.199801. In every case it seems to be the file name.
See the images for examples
It appears that from the Document Tray the Name of the document in the tray is used.
From the file cabinet the name of the image file itself is used. So in my case "Scan Inbox - 001". Which is useless.
I renamed it in the tray before storing, and then that name was used in both cases.
In any case, the field designated as the 'Document Name' in the database fields configuration is NOT used. Which, I believe, would be much better, allowing us to control it.
Has this been changed in v7.3 purposefully? Can it be modified?
Is there any way to populate the rows and columns in a Table Field other than keying in each field in each column? Copy and paste a table, AutoIndex, workflow or some other mechanism?
In a situation where 20 or 30 entries must be made even 'Click Capture' is slow and and prone to some confusion.
Can it be done using the Data Export tool?
A cloud system customer received an upgrade to 7.3 recently but claims they received no notice in advance (Checked the spam folder). I received the notices but was out on vacation at the time.
I assumed that the notice I received was a copy and that the customer would receive a notice as well. Is this the case, or do I need to forward the notice to the customer when I receive one?
What is the proper syntax to test for an empty result when using VB Script in a workflow after looking up a value in a File Cabinet or external data source?
For example, Using a file cabinet lookup that should return VendorName, then updating an index value of the document with Iif().
So should I use
Iif(GV_VendorName = Nothing, "No Match Found", GV_VendorName)
Iif(GV_VendorName = "", "No Match Found", GV_VendorName)
or are these statements equivalent?
Any and all clues appreciated,
If an AutoIndex job is configured to trigger on new documents, does the job index only the document that was just stored, or does it behave as a scheduled job would and index any documents that have already been stored and meet the criteria of the trigger?
Thank you Christopher for that info.
Can I assume that a Windows 7 machine running IE11 will still be able to use the browser client as before, including responding to a Workflow Task link?
I have had some anxious users ask about using their Windows 7 machines after their cloud system gets upgraded to 7.3 and receiving this notification:
System Requirements DocuWare Version 7.3
Compared to DocuWare Version 7.2, the system requirements have changed as follows:
- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 are no longer supported as operating systems
Your DocuWare Cloud Team
Is this in reference to client machines as well? I had always assumed this was in reference to installing as a server. Can we not install 7.3 Desktop Apps on Windows 7? Is it not still possible to use a browser on a Win 7 machine to login as a client to a 7.3 cloud system?
When trying to use the admin tool on a 7.3 system I get a "Login token expired, contact your administrator' error using the desktop apps connect. If I change to DocuWare authentication and try to login I get a"Organization with that name not found" error.
Any one seen this before? Any clues appreciated...