On this tab specify the destination folder, title and file name of the routed document and set the security groups of the users that will have access to the document.
Select a valid folder for the database specified on the General tab using the browse button (...).
Clicking the browse button opens the Select Folder dialog box,
which allows you to select a folder from the list of all folders for the database
(see Select Folder).
Note: If this field is left empty, the documents will be sent to the root folder of the database.
Note: The component saves the folder name and the folder ID in its configuration. At run time, the component searches for the folder using its ID number, so if you delete the selected folder on the server and then create a new folder with the same name, the component will not be able to identify it, because its ID will not match the ID specified in the configuration.
|Additional path||Enter the path relative to the folder where documents will be routed. The value of this field will be added to the folder to define the destination. If the resulting folder does not exist, the component will make a request to Alchemy to create this folder dynamically. You can use RRTs in this field.|
Select this check box to set the rename schema for the title of the document.
Enter the title in the box next to this check box. You can use RRTs in this field.
The default renaming schema for the title is ~IMR::FileName~_~IMR::Counter~~IMR::FileExt~.
Note: If this option is not selected, the file name of the document will be assigned to the title.
This group allows you to set the file name property of the document. You may select
Note: If the Rename with document title option is OFF and the RRT ~IMR::Title~ is used in renaming schema for the file name, this RRT will be replaced by the original file name, since new name is not given to the file yet. However, the external RRT ~IMR::Title~ will be replaced by the resulting file name.
This group allows you to specify the security groups of the users that
will have access to the document.