- Introducing ABBYY FlexiCapture
ABBYY FlexiCapture architecture
- System requirements
- ABBYY FlexiCapture servers
- ABBYY FlexiCapture stations
- Processing stages and queues
Using scripts in ABBYY FlexiCapture
- Specifics of scripts written in .Net languages
- External assemblies
- Script editor
- Object model
Scripts for customizing processing stages
Types of scripts
- Script rule
- Autocorrection script
- Export script
- User script (custom action)
- Document assembly script
- Custom recognition script
- Stage rule
- Processing scripts
- Data set update script
- Data set validation scripts
- Document classification script
- Batch created
- Batch deleted
- Batch parameter change
- Batch structure change (page added/page deleted/document added/document deleted)
- Pages moved
- Batch opened/closed
- Batch integrity check
- Document parameter changed
- Document state changed
- Export completed
- Script that is run after rule checks
- Before matching
- Field verification request
- Sample scripts
- Internal names of recognition languages
- Types of scripts
Scripts for processing interface events
- On Document Closed
- On Project Closed
- On Activate Document
- On Field Control Activate
- On Return From Task
- On User Command
- On Field Control Deactivate
- On Closing Document
- On Task Close
- On Closing Project
- On Region Change
- On Task Window Mode Changed
- On Open Document
- On Task Window Create
- On Task Reject
- On Region Control Draw
- On Task Send To Stage
- On Text Field Validating
- Event handlers
- User script for Web Verification Station
Application Programming Interface (API)
- About the ABBYY FlexiCapture Application Server Web Services API
- Using the Web Services API of the ABBYY FlexiCapture Application Server
- Batch types
- Licensing tickets
- Document Definitions
- Processing requests to the Application Server
- Working with files
- API Methods
- Web Services Mobile API
Web Services for user account management
- Data types
- User management
- Group management
- Tenant management
- Managing permissions
- Examples of API Use
- Integrating Web Stations into third-party systems
- Configuring additional settings and customizing Web Stations
- About ABBYY FlexiCapture Custom Reports
- Creating custom reports
- Processing of objects
- Access control
- Event Log
- Examples of custom reports
- Supported recognition languages
- Fonts for correct characters rendering
- Supported text types
- Supported barcode types
- Supported input formats
- Export file formats
- Date formats
- Alphabet used in regular expressions
- Protecting Document Definitions and additional modules
- Third-party technologies
- Technical support
- End-User License Agreement (EULA)
Administration and Monitoring Console
The Administration and Monitoring Console is used to set up the entire complex and to monitor its operation.
The Administration and Monitoring Console is a Web interface available to the user of the Application Server and provides access to the server via an Internet browser. The console can be opened on any computer that can access the Application Server by typing http://<ApplicationServer>/FlexiCapture12/Monitoring in the browser, where <ApplicationServer> is the name of the computer on which the Application Server is installed.
The Administration and Monitoring Console is launched immediately after the Application Server is installed, enabling the Operator to establish a database connection.
Besides connecting to a database, the Administrator must set up user access permissions and distribute the Operator roles.
Important! The permissions granted to the Administrator, Monitoring Operator, and Processing Server roles apply to all the projects. Therefore, they can be set up immediately after the database connection is established. Permissions to all other Operators are granted for individual projects. Therefore, before granting permissions to other Operators, the Administrator must create projects and upload them to the Application Server. Unless there are projects on the Application Server, the Administrator will not be able to add Operators and grant them access permissions.
Access permissions granted to a Monitoring Operator have the following restrictions:
- Deleting sessions on the Monitoring → Sessions page is not allowed. Viewing the page is allowed.
- Deleting batches on the Monitoring → Batches page is not allowed. Viewing the page is allowed.
- Viewing all pages on the Settings tab (Application Server, Cleanup, Out-of-Processing Documents, Event logging mode, Users, Groups, Requests) is not allowed.
Once the complex is set up, the Administration and Monitoring Station can be used to monitor the operation of the complex (i.e. to track the current status of the complex and generate reports). Based on the information about the current status of the complex, the Administrator makes changes in the configuration or re-allocates resources.
The Administrator may review the statuses of Batches, Tasks, Sessions, Current processing status, Event log and Error log.
To review the statuses, select a project and then select the appropriate item from the Monitoring menu. The resulting list can be viewed on-screen, printed out, or saved in CSV format.
The Monitoring Operator can not only obtain information about the current status of the complex, but also generate reports about the operation of the complex.
The following reports can be created:
- Productivity report allows you to assess the productivity of ABBYY FlexiCapture or individual tenants.
- Processing report allows you to calculate the average processing productivity and the processing productivity for a specific time period and compare it against a larger time period.
- Operators report allows you to evaluate the productivity of each Operator involved in the manual processing stages.
For detailed information about the Administration and Monitoring Console, see Administration and Monitoring Console Help.
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