I don't know if this is a new behavior or if it has always been this way ...
I just want to get clarification if this is normal behavior or if I should open a ticket for this to be investigated. A relevant note: this customer has recently updated to 6.12 from a much earlier version (I'm not sure which earlier version) which might have behaved differently.
I found what I was looking for. On the Cloud system it looks like default is the first 100 pages are indexed.
Configurations > File Cabinet > My Cabinet > General > More options (link at bottom) > Configure Fulltext Search (link in middle)
That's gotta be what it was, the first and last pages part rings a bell. I knew they are kinda opposite processes, but didn't dawn on me at all.
Thanks, Josef and Phil. Cheers!
Workflow Designer is a component of Desktop Apps built on the .NET framework. Sadly yes, it is Windows only.
There is no textshot limit for Cloud systems? I can use fulltext in Cloud on documents reaching several thousand pages?
If that is the case then I certainly have gotten my wires crossed. Thanks for your clarification, Phil.
I know I have seen this information before, but now I cannot find the document that I was looking for. I keep finding information on how to increase the limit in on-premise systems up to 6.10 instead.
Thank you for any insights!
For an on-premise system, I know how to get the authenticaiton information from the intelligent indexing XML file, login to the intellix.docuware.com interface, and reset the modelspace.
How can I do this in a Cloud system?