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  3. Hey Stephen, Are you still having this issue? I tried recreating this in my environment and was unable to. Please let me know so we can look into it.
  4. Hey Stephen, Are you still having this issue? I tried recreating this in my environment and was unable to. Please let me know so we can look into it.
  5. Great post Josiah. So the question is, what is a good size for this limit? How do you decide a document is just too big for the viewer and thus should be reviewed natively? There is never a good answer for this but one can come to a good size limit by considering the following facts: 1 character = 1 byte 1000 characters = 1kb 1 page of text typically holds 2kb of text Thus it will take about 500 pages to make 1mb Which means it takes about 5000 pages to make up 10mbs 5000 pages? Is that a lot? Depends on how good of a reader you are. If you're the type that gets through 5 large novels a day
  6. Great post Josiah. So the question is, what is a good size for this limit? How do you decide a document is just too big for the viewer and thus should be reviewed natively? There is never a good answer for this but one can come to a good size limit by considering the following facts: 1 character = 1 byte 1000 characters = 1kb 1 page of text typically holds 2kb of text Thus it will take about 500 pages to make 1mb Which means it takes about 5000 pages to make up 10mbs 5000 pages? Is that a lot? Depends on how good of a reader you are. If you're the type that gets through 5 large novels a day
  7. Hey Orlando, Sorry for the late response to this email as I was tied up in training today. The most logical route would be to do “near deduplication� to this subset of data so you can identify similarity percentages. Once completed, you can then construct a search similar to below: CAATNDSort ‘is not’ 1 AND CAATNDSimilarity = 99 This method, for the most part, ensures documents that should have been deduplicated get isolated.
  8. Hey Orlando, Sorry for the late response to this email as I was tied up in training today. The most logical route would be to do “near deduplication� to this subset of data so you can identify similarity percentages. Once completed, you can then construct a search similar to below: CAATNDSort ‘is not’ 1 AND CAATNDSimilarity = 99 This method, for the most part, ensures documents that should have been deduplicated get isolated.
  9. ProcMon is the best. This is great topic Gus. Here is what I use: Informatik Reformat This is a tool used to renumber productions for the most part. So let's say you produced documents with a certain production prefix and now "they" want you to reproduce the production but add another set of production numbers and you'd like to keep those numbers (I know, why would someone ask for this, but it happens). This is a great tool for something like that. Also, let's say you produced and now "they" want the same production but with no endorsement, you can use this tool to blank out the endorsem
  10. ProcMon is the best. This is great topic Gus. Here is what I use: Informatik Reformat This is a tool used to renumber productions for the most part. So let's say you produced documents with a certain production prefix and now "they" want you to reproduce the production but add another set of production numbers and you'd like to keep those numbers (I know, why would someone ask for this, but it happens). This is a great tool for something like that. Also, let's say you produced and now "they" want the same production but with no endorsement, you can use this tool to blank out the endorsem
  11. ProcMon is the best. This is great topic Gus. Here is what I use: Informatik Reformat This is a tool used to renumber productions for the most part. So let's say you produced documents with a certain production prefix and now "they" want you to reproduce the production but add another set of production numbers and you'd like to keep those numbers (I know, why would someone ask for this, but it happens). This is a great tool for something like that. Also, let's say you produced and now "they" want the same production but with no endorsement, you can use this tool to blank out the endorsem
  12. Gold is next Vai. As it stands right now, there are only 3 Silver contributors and you are one of them.
  13. Gold is next Vai. As it stands right now, there are only 3 Silver contributors and you are one of them.
  14. Tags in the grid is a feature that's on the roadmap but meanwhile, you can use the following workaround to export tags for a list of documents: 1. Go to Admin and modify the Priv Log report under Case Management/Reports 2. Add the tags you'd like to export to the report 3. Create a search of the documents you'd like to export the tags for 4. Tag your search result with an Admin tag of your choice 5. Go to Reports in Eclipse Web and create Priv Log report using your Admin tag 6. Export report to Excel
  15. Tags in the grid is a feature that's on the roadmap but meanwhile, you can use the following workaround to export tags for a list of documents: 1. Go to Admin and modify the Priv Log report under Case Management/Reports 2. Add the tags you'd like to export to the report 3. Create a search of the documents you'd like to export the tags for 4. Tag your search result with an Admin tag of your choice 5. Go to Reports in Eclipse Web and create Priv Log report using your Admin tag 6. Export report to Excel
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