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DATs, LFPs and OPTs, Oh My!

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Everyone knows what a load file is, but do you know what a load file is made of? Together, we'll discuss the anatomy of different load file formats commonly used with Ipro software.

Then, with the surgical precision of a toddler playing their first game of Operation!, we'll practice editing some load files.

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DATs, LFPs and OPTs, Oh My!

  1. 1. DATs, LFPs and OPTs, Oh My!
  2. 2. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 DATs, LFPs, and OPTs – Oh My! Everyone knows what a load file is, but do you know what a load file is made of? Together, we'll discuss the anatomy of different load file formats commonly used with Ipro software. Then, with the surgical precision of a toddler playing their first game of Operation!, we'll practice editing some load files. What to Expect – • 5 hands-on exercises using a Text Editor, CMD, and various techniques to manipulate data • Class discussion and Q&A between each scenario
  3. 3. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Do you have what it takes? Familiarity with Text Editors Case Administrator
  4. 4. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 The DAT Document Level Native Path, Text, and Metadata Document Breaks Indicated Encoding: ASCII / Unicode Quote: þ Delimiters Field: Newline: ®
  5. 5. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 DAT File Preview
  6. 6. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 The OPT Page Level with Single Page Images Image-based Document Breaks Indicated Encoding: ASCII Commonly requested Image Load File Comma Delimited
  7. 7. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 ECL_00000001,ECL0001,ECL0001Image0001ECL_00000001.tif,Y,,,6 Imagekey,Volume,ImagePath,DocMarker,BoxMarker,FolderMarker,PageCount (Not used in Ipro Desktop or Ipro Cloud) Components of an OPT
  8. 8. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 OPTs
  9. 9. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 The LFP Page Level Lines; Single or Multi Page Can load Images, Tags, Annotations and Redactions, Natives, and Text Document Breaks Indicated Encoding: ASCII Original Ipro Image Load File
  10. 10. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Command Description AN Redactions, Embedded Text, Highlights, Markups FT Full-Text search highlights IM Image/page reference IS Page-level tags OF Native file OI OCR Text in load file OT Path to text file on disk VN Volume location LFP Basic Commands
  11. 11. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 IM,ECL_00000001,D,1,@;Eclipse Smoke Test DataECL0001Image0001;ECL_00000001.tif;2 IM,ImageKey,Boundary,Page,@VOL;RootFolderSubFolder;Filename.tif;FileType Components of an LFP
  12. 12. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 LFPs
  13. 13. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 The DLF Document and Page Level; Single and Multi Page Can load Metadata, Natives, Text, Images, Tags, and Annotations Document Breaks Indicated Encoding: ASCII / UTF8 / UTF16 Primarily used to move data between Ipro products An “All-In-One” load file Delimiters ASCII<24> ASCII<25>
  14. 14. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Command Description ANOT Embedded Text, Highlights, Markups DBFD Database field definition DBRC Database record (new doc, metadata) PAGE Loads a page TNBD Document level tag RDAC Redaction DLF Basic Commands
  15. 15. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 DBFD<24>BegDoc<24>EndDoc DBRC<24>ECL0000001<24>ECL0000006 Database Field Definition<24>Field1Header<24>Field2Header Database Record<24>FieldValue<24>FieldValue Components of a DLF
  16. 16. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 PAGE<24>ECL0000001<24>Eclipse Smoke Test DataECL0000001.tif<24>1<24>0<24> PAGE<24>ImageKey<24>ImagePath<24>PageNumber<24>Rotation<24>StartOfDocument* * = Start Of Document optional. Components of a DLF
  17. 17. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Custom Delimited Files Document Level Metadata, Text, Native Paths Document Breaks Indicated Encoding: ASCII / UTF8 / UTF16 Common Extensions: TXT, LST, CSV, ASCII Commonly used to overlay coded data Delimiters: Can be almost anything
  18. 18. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Metadata Load Files • Always include FIELD HEADERS • BEGDOC should be the first column • Use UNC PATHS when loading natives • Use DELIMITERS not commonly found in your data • Leverage the GRID VIEW PREVIEW during import • Make sure your DATES are formatted as expected
  19. 19. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Image Load Files • Avoid Volumes (LFP) • Use Relative Paths when producing to another party • Validate your Image Options when importing
  20. 20. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Load Files Overall • Use Advanced text editors (Notepad++, TextPad, UltraEdit) • Split files into manageable sizes • Keep production requirements in mind
  21. 21. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Benefits and Drawbacks Format Benefit Drawback CSV Simple, easy to create and modify Common delimiters; can’t use commas/quotes in data OPT Easy to understand document bounds Must be page-level (even if images are multipage) LFP Versatile; load images, annotations, natives, and tags Volumes can be tricky if used DLF Versatile, unique delimiters Difficult to create manually due to unique delimiters DAT Most common format; widely accepted Nothing, everyone loves a nice DAT
  22. 22. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Rules • 3 Meme templates • Write your captions on scratch paper • Write your name down! • We will read the captions anonymously • You get to vote for your favorites!
  23. 23. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Memes Minigame
  24. 24. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Production QC You receive a production volume with a DAT, OPT and LFP. It also contains images, text, and native files. Your job is to validate the production volume and make sure it is “Good to Go”. What is your process? The production is located here: Desktop WorkshopDay 2 - Wednesday - May 1stDATs, LFPs and OPTs - Oh MyILUVLDFLZ001
  25. 25. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Production QC Applications Needed:  Windows File Explorer + Right Click > Properties  Notepad ++ or another file editor ___ = OPT Line Count ___ = OPT Doc Count ___ = LFP Line Count ___ = LFP Doc Count ___ = DAT Doc Count ___ = DAT Native Path Count ___ = DAT Text Path Count ___ = Files in TEXT folder ___ = Files in NATIVES ___ = Files in IMAGES
  26. 26. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Production QC 118 = OPT Line Count 24 = OPT Doc Count 118 = LFP Line Count 24 = LFP Doc Count 25 = DAT Doc Count 0 = DAT Native Path Count 25 = DAT Text Path Count 25 = Files in TEXT folder 25 = Files in NATIVES 122 = Files in IMAGES What did you find wrong with the production?
  27. 27. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Production QC What did you find wrong with the production? • OPT line count ≠ # of files in IMAGES folder • OPT doc count ≠ DAT doc count or # of text or natives • No Native Path in DAT • No ending delimiter in the DAT • Anything else wrong? Let’s fix this production!!!
  28. 28. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Incorrect File Paths The OPT File Paths are incorrect (i.e. the path is relative and incomplete). How do you replace the path prior to import into review? If this issue was in our DAT file paths, what precautions should you take?
  29. 29. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: No Load File? No Problem It appears you received a bunch of Image files for one volume (002), but no load files. You need to load the images, and decide to create an LFP file. Hint: the first line will look something like this: IM,ImageKey,D,1,FilePath;Filename.tif;2
  30. 30. Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: Regular Expressions If you didn’t initially notice, the DAT is missing something. Every text field should begin and end with a specific delimiter. This DAT file does not contain ending delimiters for the last field or beginning delimiters for the first field. How can you fix this via find and replace? ^: Start of Line $: End of Line
  31. 31. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: No NativePath, No Problem! Our production contains native files but the DAT does not contain the native path in order to load the natives. The native files are named after their BEGDOC. You need to create a load file with the BegDoc and Native Path fields. How do you create the load file?
  32. 32. Presentation TitlePrivate and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Private and Confidential – Copyright 2019 Scenario: No NativePath, No Problem! Applications Needed: • Command Prompt • Notepad ++ or another file editor Step 1: Open Command Prompt and navigate to location of native files Step 2: Directory Listing is SO BAD! Step 3: Text Editors and Regular Expressions are
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