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Michael Hadder

Escalation Engineer
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  1. If you ever run into an issue where you try to run a production or export only to have Eclipse tell you "there was an error starting the job" there are a few things to check. 1. Ensure that the Ipro Integration Service is running on the eCapture machine that is hosting it (usually the main controller machine and Queue Manager machine, but double check environmental documentation to be sure). This service is what bridges Eclipse and eCapture, and is essential for running productions and exports our of Eclipse. 2. Check the Controller and Queue Manager logs. One of them will most likely re
  2. If you ever run into an issue where you try to run a production or export only to have Eclipse tell you "there was an error starting the job" there are a few things to check. 1. Ensure that the Ipro Integration Service is running on the eCapture machine that is hosting it (usually the main controller machine and Queue Manager machine, but double check environmental documentation to be sure). This service is what bridges Eclipse and eCapture, and is essential for running productions and exports our of Eclipse. 2. Check the Controller and Queue Manager logs. One of them will most likely re
  3. While working with Persistent Highlighting there are some key things to know regarding how to write out your terms to get the results you are looking for. Below are some important notes to remember when formatting your list of terms: 1. Persistent Highlighting is looking for an exact match. If the word is spelled differently in a document, then it will not highlight. Also only the provided variation of the word will be highlighted. 2. Persistent Highlighting does not highlight partial words. If your term is found in the middle of a larger word, then it will not be highlighted be default.
  4. While working with Persistent Highlighting there are some key things to know regarding how to write out your terms to get the results you are looking for. Below are some important notes to remember when formatting your list of terms: 1. Persistent Highlighting is looking for an exact match. If the word is spelled differently in a document, then it will not highlight. Also only the provided variation of the word will be highlighted. 2. Persistent Highlighting does not highlight partial words. If your term is found in the middle of a larger word, then it will not be highlighted be default.
  5. While working with Persistent Highlighting there are some key things to know regarding how to write out your terms to get the results you are looking for. Below are some important notes to remember when formatting your list of terms: 1. Persistent Highlighting is looking for an exact match. If the word is spelled differently in a document, then it will not highlight. Also only the provided variation of the word will be highlighted. 2. Persistent Highlighting does not highlight partial words. If your term is found in the middle of a larger word, then it will not be highlighted be default.
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