A script is a custom piece of code consumed by the Capture client or a batch processor (Import or Recognition) that allows you to customize functionality beyond existing configuration settings. For example, you might incorporate a script to change the first letter of a name to uppercase or to use a proprietary calculation to validate an account number used in a transaction.
Scripts can be incorporated in the following Capture components:
Recognition Processor scripts allow you to customize the behavior of certain recognition job events.
Import Processor scripts allow you to customize the behavior of certain import job events.
For more information on incorporating scripts in Capture, see Managing Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture.
Developing Scripts with WebCenter Enterprise Capture
The following are the main steps for developing and incorporating scripts in Capture components:
- On the Advanced tab of a selected workspace in the WebCenter Enterprise Capture Workspace Console, a workspace manager adds the script by identifying its component type and loading the script file.
For more information, see Managing Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture.
- In a client profile or an import or Recognition Processor job, the workspace manager then selects the script for use.
Note that workspace managers can incorporate multiple client scripts in a client profile and specify the order in which they are executed. For more information, see Managing Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture.