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\Program Files\test.txt represents the path to a test file located in the Program Files folder
on the C: drive.
An optional action that can be performed on document sets prior to their import into a LAW
PreDiscovery case. This function is accomplished by the use of the Early Data Analyzer
component of LAW PreDiscovery.
A batch process for preparing documents for output to a printer.
The fields of a document.
For example one of the properties of a computer file is its name. Other properties would
include the name of its author, the date it was created, the application that was used to
quality control (QC)
The process of ensuring that the results of one phase of discovery are complete, accurate,
and usable by subsequent phases. After import, for example, QC may consist of reviewing
and resolving errors and warnings. Prior to OCR, QC may consist of applying image cleanup
batch processes to TIFFs.
A tool for finding documents and pages that match conditions you select based on field data
and/or full text conditions. Query Builder can send results to be sent to a grid for further
analysis or to a batch process, update utility, or direct to export.
A range file is a delimited text file with two fields, BegDoc# and EndDoc#. You can use a
range file when you want to reorganize documents, validate document ranges. or to import
images from a Doculex imagebase.
One of the six kinds of source files you can import into a LAW PreDiscovery case, raw
images are read-only image files without an accompanying database or a load file.
A single row in a database. In a LAW PreDiscovery case, a record is represented in a grid as
the values held in a row of fields. A record holds all the properties and values associated
with a particular document or page.
Directing processing to take place on all items in a folder and then all its subfolders.
Recursive processing helps to ensure all items in a deep folder structure are processed.
The top level folder in a directory structure.