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Creating Profiles

Creating Profiles

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Creating a New Profile

Editing a Profile

Deleting a Profile

 

note Note:

Profiles can be created and edited from both 'Server' and 'Client' computers. To edit profiles from the client side go to Tools > Options > Profiles/Indexes dialog.
 

 

Creating a New Profile

To create a new profile you need to provide a profile name and then assign indexes to it.

 

From the Administration > Profile/Indexes, click on New button to bring up the 'Create Profile' dialog box.

 

 

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Creating or Editing a Profile

 

Assign a new 'Profile Name' and a short 'Description' about it

Select each property from 'Available Indexes' list and click on Add button. The selected property will get added to the 'Assigned Indexes' section. For multiple selection, press and hold the Ctrl key while selecting.  

If you want to make it mandatory to assign a value to the index field, check the respective check box from 'Field Required?' column. Now this index's value cannot be kept empty when this Profile is being assigned to a document.

Assign a default value to the property in the 'Default Value' column if desired. This is not mandatory but gives you an option to display and enter a default value for this index during the import process.

Indexes that are set to inherit values from parent folders are indicated under 'Inherit' column. For more information, see Inherit Index Values.

Auto Fill Rules. You can define the auto filling rules to fetch value lists for filling up profiles from external databases like your CRM, ERP, Accounting and other LOB applications. This option is available in Advanced Profiles add-on.

File Name Template can be used to automatically name files and folders. Similarly document description and notes can be populated based on index values entered by users. For learn more, see File Name Template.

 

Click Save button to save the profile

 

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To include all the indexes in the profile, click "Add All" button below "Available Indexes" list box

 

 

 

Editing a Profile

From the 'Profiles' tab, click on Edit button to bring up the 'Edit Profile' dialog box

In the edit dialog box, make the necessary changes

You can change the order of the displayed fields by clicking on the up and down arrows located near the far-right column of this screen

Click on Save button to save the changes

 

important Important:

To remove the property from the profile, click "Remove" button. This action is not reversible and you will permanently lose the data values for deleted fields.
 

 

 

Deleting a profile

Select the profile from the list and click on Delete button

This will display the confirmation message

Click Yes button to delete the property

 

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     You cannot delete the default 'General' profile.
 

 


See also

View Profile

Profiles and Indexes

Creating User Defined Indexes

Creating Static Indexes

Creating Dynamic Indexes

Using Inherit Fields

Using File Name Templates

Assigning Profile to a document