Options on this tab configure settings for the component web server, retaining processed and reject files, and additional temporary directories.
Specify the web server that captures scanned document images and associated metadata using HTTP or HTTPS. This allows a web application or service to directly receive the data rather than monitoring for a file to appear at a predetermined location.
|Home Directory||Enter the root directory where the server creates all temporary directories and files necessary for running the application and controlling device related traffic. The service account must have full permission to write to this directory. You can click the browse button (...) to locate a folder on the host machine.|
|Web Server Port||Enter the port number that the web server uses to communicate with clients.|
|Use SSL||Select this check box to use secure connections between the web server and clients.
|FTP Port||Enter the port on which the FTP service will be running. To enable FTP logging or to specify the data port range for passive FTP, click the Advanced button to open the Advanced Server Settings dialog box.|
These options allow you to keep processed and rejected files.
|Processed Files||Select this check box to keep a copy of all files that are processed without errors.
Enter the path to the folder where
these files will be kept. You can click the browse button (...) to locate a folder.
CAUTION: If this option is enabled, a copy of every file that is routed successfully is saved in the Processed Files directory. Make sure that proper disk storage is allocated when using this option.
|Rejected Files||Selected this check box to keep a copy of all files that failed to be processed. Enter the path to the folder where these files will be kept. You can click the browse button (...) to locate a folder.|
Additional temporary repositories
You can set up additional temporary FTP or network share repositories, although these selections are optional. These FTP or network share settings can be accessed when enabling authentication at the group level.
To add a temporary FTP repository, select the Local FTP check box and configure the FTP settings. In the Group Settings dialog box, you should select External FTP for the Temporary Repository setting. See Group Settings.
|Local FTP||Select this check box to use a local FTP server as the temporary repository for storing images that have been captured from a device.|
|FTP Port||Enter the FTP port number for the FTP server. The default port number is 21.|
|FTP Folder||Enter the name of the subfolder where the scanned documents will be temporarily stored.|
|Path to FTP Folder||Enter the local path to the FTP Folder on the host machine.
Note: The workflow server account must have permission to delete files from this folder.
|FTP Login||Type a user name that has permission to log onto the FTP server.|
|FTP Password||Type the password associated with the user name.|
To add a temporary network share repository, select the Network Share check box and configure the host settings. In the Group Settings dialog box, you should select External SMB for the Temporary Repository setting. See Group Settings.
|Network Share||Select this check box to use a network shared folder as the temporary repository.|
|Host Name||Enter the name of the computer where the share is located.|
|Share||Enter the path to the network shared folder. The format must be
Note: The workflow service account must have read, write, and delete permissions to the shared folder.
|Login||Type the user name for accessing the windows share.|
|Password||Type the password for the user name.|