This tab provides the list of input folders and specify the polling criteria.
|Add Folders||Click this button to add root input folders to the list. You can browse for an existing folder or create a new folder.|
|Include Subfolders||Click this button to open the Include Subfolders
Options dialog box, in which you can configure the following
|Copy||Copies selected data from the grid to the Windows Clipboard.|
|Paste||Pastes data to the grid from the Windows clipboard.
|Remove Folders||Delete input folders from the list. Select an entire row to delete it.|
|Name||Specifies names of folders.
|Traverse||Select this check box to poll the subfolders of this input folder for documents.|
Used by the polling algorithm to search and obtain only the files that it matches. A mask can be either simple or complicated. A simple mask can use wild-card symbols: ? (any one character) and * (any number of characters). When a string of one or more ? wild card characters terminate a mask, the string will match up to that number of characters at the end of a file name. Examples of simple masks:
A complicated mask is composed of any number of simple masks joined with the \ character. Examples of complicated masks:
You can make use of this mask when you use the Traverse flag, and the last simple mask always relates to files and first n-1 masks to the first, second, and any subsequent subfolders of the input folder.
For example this mask m*\11*.pdf will return only files that match the mask 11*.pdf in the directory that matches the mask m*.
|Priority||This field is used by the polling algorithm to group the input folders to queues. The folders with the highest priority (which is the lowest integer number) is polled first. Priority is specified by any integer number greater than 0.|
|Concurrent Poll||Select this check box to have the search engine finds files in a folder under the root input folder. It will return all files in that folder (only in that folder, not in its subfolders) as one job. If this check box is cleared, the search engine will return only the first file.|
|Configuration||Specify which configuration should be used for this specific folder from the list of configurations that were created under the Configurations Tab. Each input folder can use its own configuration of process and store components.|
|Path||Points to the full path of the folder. Each Path can be local, or point to
a network shared resource in UNC format.
Points to the full path of the folder. Each Path can be local, or point to a network shared resource in UNC format.
UNC paths should be entered manually. Local paths can be provided by clicking the browse button (...) to open the Browse for Folder dialog box.