Batch Import Utility monitors one or more directories to find files to import to WebDocs. An MDB database maintains the list of directories to monitor, importation instructions for WebDocs, and their index parameters. If you want to monitor a high-priority directory during the day and monitor another lower-priority directory overnight, you may want multiple databases.

You can create multiple INI files for Batch Import Utility, and then store a different database file in the SettingsDB setting of each one. Then you specify which INI file to use either on the command line when you start Batch Import Utility or in a Windows shortcut.

You can use this technique to run multiple instances of Batch Import Utility simultaneously, where each instance monitors different folders that are specified in their individual copies of the MDB file. You can also use a command line in a shortcut in a scheduler application to start individual instances at various times of the day.

To create a shortcut to start an instance of Batch Import Utility with a different database:

  1. In the directory C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIM, copy the file RJSDOCIM.MDB and rename it.

    For example: RJSDOCIM2.MDB

  2. Copy the file RJSDOCIM.INI and rename it.

    For example: RJSDOCIM2.INI

  3. In the renamed copy of RJSDOCIM.INI, change the value of SettingsDB to the path of the renamed copy of RJSDOCIM.MDB.

    For example: In RJSDOCIM2.INI, use:

    SettingsDB=C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIMP\RJSDOCIM2.MDB

  4. Create a shortcut that calls RJSDOCIM.EXE with the renamed copy of RJSDOCIM.INI, using the following syntax:

    • First parameter - The start-up process. Either START or ONCE.

    • Second parameter - The path to the INI file to use. If the file does not exist, Batch Import Utility creates the file with the default values. If you leave this parameter blank, Batch Import Utility uses RJSDOCIM.INI.

    • Separate parameters with a tilde (~). 

      For example:

      "C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIMP\RJSDOCIM.EXE" START~C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIMP\RJSDOCIM2.INI

  5. Give the shortcut a different name from the default shortcut in the Start > Programs menu.

  6. Set up the directories to monitor with this instance.

    Each time you start Batch Import Utility from this shortcut, it monitors these directories and saves values in the renamed copy of the MDB file.

Default Contents of RJSDOCIM.INI

[Settings]
SettingsDB=C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIMP\RJSDOCIM.MDB
PollingInterval=1
LogFileName=C:\Program Files\RJSIMGBATCHIMP\RJSDOCIM.LOG
MaxLogSize=100000000
DisplayErrors=1
LogErrors=1
RegularZip=1
ResaveTIFFImages=0
ResaveXResolutionFilter=0
ResaveYResolutionFilter=0
FilePrefixDelimiter=_
MaxFileSize=0
UseSingleiSeriesFTP=0
GenerateJoblog=0
SingleQuoteReplace=
OCRTimeout=0
UseAcrobatFullText=0
TempOCRDir=C:\RJSTEMP
UseFastOCR=0
ZoneMaskFile=
UseWebDocsiSeriesDotNetAPI=0
WebdocsBaseURL=http://1.1.1.1:1080
WebdocsSearchURL=/IMAGESERVER/DOC100R?ACTION=DOCINFO&IDOCID=
UseEnterpriseWorkflow=0
WorkflowWebServiceURL=http://1.1.1.1:8089/WorkflowWebServices/services/WorkflowWebservice?wsdl
WorkflowWorkBasketURL=http://1.1.1.1:8089/WorkflowWebServiceClients/WorkflowWebserviceClients/Workbasket.jsp
WorkflowAdminURL=http://1.1.1.1:8089/WorkflowWebServiceClients/WorkflowWebserviceClients/Admin.jsp
WorkflowUser=
WorkflowPassword=

 


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Last Modified On: December 10, 2016