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Submitting Documents to the Repository from WebCap

Once the document has been composed, you can submit it to the document management repository for storage.

To submit a document to the repository

  1. After the document is scanned and arranged in the Scanner Inbox, click Submit Document Submit document WebCap.
  2. Do one of the following:
  • If an auto-filing script has been configured for the schema, select the Auto-file the document according to its metadata check box.

Auto-filing from the Scanning Inbox

  • Select the folder location for the document from the library. The selected folder will be bolded. The last folder used will be selected, if applicable.

Select a Folder for submitting document in WebCap

  1. Click Next.
  2. In the Submit Settings screen, set the following options:

Field

Description

Remove cover page before submitting the document

Automatically removes the first image from the document that is being submitted.

Clear Scanner Inbox after submitting the document

Removes all images from the Scanner Inbox after the document is in the repository.

Bi-level image compression

Select one of the following compression levels for black and white or grayscale images:

  • None
  • CCIT Group 3
  • CCIT Group 4 (default)
  • LZW

For more information on compression levels, see Compression Levels for Scanning.

Color image compression

Select a compression level for color images:

  • None
  • LZW
  • JPEG 25%
  • JPEG 50%
  • JPEG 75% (default)
  • JPEG 90%

For more information on compression levels, see Compression Levels for Scanning.

Document file format

Select one of the following

  • TIFF
  • PDF
  1. Do one of the following:
  • Click Next if you are using barcodes to index your documents.
  • Click Submit to add the document to the repository.
  1. If you clicked Next, review the schema and metadata information. Enter a value in any remaining required metadata fields or edit any existing metadata values.
  2. Click Submit.
  3. The document is uploaded to the repository and is shown in the folder with the metadata pane open.