The [Review/Export] tab allows you to select various QC modes for batch processing and to
define how TeleForm will handle batches that experience problems during the commit
process (see the TeleForm Verifier chapter, p85, re committing).
If enabled, before any image is identified, the batch is stopped
so an operator can first examine all of the items. Once accepted,
the batch will continue to the identification step.
Classification QC If enabled, Classification QC will stop the batch immediately after
identification but prior to evaluation. This enables an operator to
inspect the batch in Verifier and ensure that all items have been
classified properly before any additional work is done to read
data. Once accepted, the batch continues through to evaluation.
If enabled, Extraction QC allows the operator to classify and
index items that TeleForm Reader has been unable to.
Data Review allows a Verifier operator to quickly review field
values before the batch is committed. Data Review also includes
the re-entry of fields that were marked for Double Key review.
This option should always be enabled if a batch contains forms
that use the Data Review or Double Key validations.
The ideal approach is for batches to be "stopped" for QC as little as possible, while still
ensuring that the batch is properly constructed, classified, and indexed.
Batches that consist entirely of forms, and that were checked by the person who created
them, will normally be processed without the need for any QC, provided the forms are
properly designed. Should you find all-form batches that are not being properly identified, you
may want to address the problem by changing the form designs rather than relying on
manual QC processing.
Skip previously exported forms when re-committing
If a problem interrupts a batch during the commit process, TeleForm does not clean up any
of the records that were successfully exported before the problem. When the batch is re-
committed after the problem has been fixed, any records that were successfully exported the
first time will be re-exported.
To avoid this duplicate export, enable the Skip previously exported forms when re-
committing option. When enabled, TeleForm will mark the forms in a batch as they are
exported during the batch commit. If the commit fails partway through, forms that were
correctly exported originally will NOT be re-exported.
When this option is enabled, batches processed under this Job Setting can be automatically
committed. If Allow auto-commit is not selected, batches must be manually committed.
Recommendation: Do not select Allow auto-commit.