Workflow queue routing in ILINX® Capture 5

Let’s say you want to route a batch in the ILINX Capture workflow depending on the value of a certain index.  Maybe this is an AP solution and you want to route to a different queue based on document type.  Here is the simple way to do that:

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ILINX Export High Availability Configuration

ILINX Export supports the Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS) for High Availability.  MSCS provides the ability for a group of independent servers to be managed as single system.  ILINX Export is a Cluster-Unaware Service and relies on the Generic Service Resource Type to manage services as a cluster.

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ILINX Capture and Content Store Configuration on separate ADFS server

When you install ILINX Content Store or ILINX Capture, generally it is assumed you install the ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services) authentication provider and the ILINX Application on the same server.  However, in the case that you are already using ADFS on another server for authentication, it is possible to use that separate instance of ADFS.

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Keeping a Batch a Batch After Advanced Capture Processing

I ran into an interesting challenge with a customer and thought it might be something of interest to others. The challenge was in creating a way to have an entire batch of documents go through Advanced Capture processing and be returned to the input software, in this case ILINX Capture, as a single batch upon export.

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Converting Image Files

At some point there is going to be a need to convert an Imaging Systems image files from one format to another format when moving to a new Imaging system.  ILINX® Import can be used to handle the conversion.

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The Final Installment of Serendipitous Cerebration

This is it.  The final installment.  The end.   Our tunnel of light leading us to the promise land of perfect integrations with Serendipitous Cerebration as our Virgil guiding us through the Malebolge of Content Management.

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Serendipitous Cerebration – Part Next to Last

One of the last hurtles we were presented with during this project was the ILINX Content Store login screen.

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Serendipitous Cerebration – Part (X = 5-2) of (X+2)

Once we got what we felt was all of the needed information from the client as to their expectations and requirements.  We formulated a solid battle plan, sharpened our keyboards, and forged ahead with a spirit steeled on the principle of “Rat’s Head, Ox’s Neck”.

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Uploading Large Files with ILINX Capture and IIS

From time to time I receive questions about large file uploads with ILINX Capture. ILINX Capture can upload files of any size. The limitation is within Internet Information Services(IIS) and or the amount of memory installed in the web server. This is not only true for ILINX Capture, but and ASP or ASP.Net application.

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Serendipitous Cerebration (Part 2 – Project Planning)

Serendipitous Cerebration as a problem solving technique can only be applied in the rare cases when normal logical troubleshooting has failed.  As much as we hate to admit it, when all logical problem solving avenues have been exhausted and our troubleshooting prowess to a flummoxed state of tentation, this is when we begin to enter the realm where serendipitous cerebration hides in dark, dank crevasses.  In reviewing this project, our hopes are that you can see how the process of Serendipitous Cerebration can develop.

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