The search returns topics that contain terms you enter. If you type more than one term, an OR is assumed, which returns topics where any of the terms are found.
The search also uses fuzzy matching to account for partial words (such as install and installs). The results appear in order of relevance, based on how many search terms occur per topic. Exact matches are highlighted.
To refine the search, you can use the following operators:
Type + in front of words that must be included in the search or - in front of words to exclude. (Example: user +shortcut –group finds shortcut and user shortcut, but not group or user group.)
Use * as a wildcard for missing characters. The wildcard can be used anywhere in a search term. (Example: inst* finds installation and instructions.)
Type title: at the beginning of the search phrase to look only for topic titles. (Example: title:configuration finds the topic titled “Changing the software configuration.”)
For multi-term searches, you can specify a priority for terms in your search. Follow the term with ^ and a positive number that indicates the weight given that term. A higher number indicates more weight. (Example: shortcut^10 group gives shortcut 10 times the weight as group.)
To use fuzzy searching to account for misspellings, follow the term with ~ and a positive number for the number of corrections to be made. (Example: port~1 matches fort, post, or potr, and other instances where one correction leads to a match.)
Note that operators cannot be used as search terms: + - * : ~ ^ ' "
New linked server configuration dialog box is displayed.
Enter a unique
Name for the integration site. The system identifies the linked server with
Current server group, do the following:
URL for the Current (Web) server.
User name and
Password for the
user on the server.
Note On upgrading
7.9.0, if any Linked Server configuration
exists, you must reconfigure the current server and target server URLs to point to the Web Server.
Target server group, do the following:
URL for the Target (Web) server. For example,
The URL can target an on-premise, on-premise multi-tenancy or Azure server.
Allow all system setting is not enabled, you can only provide a whitelisted URL; otherwise, a message
appears stating the connection is denied because the URL connection string is not whitelisted.
User name and
Password of the
user on the target server.
To validate the target server details and transfer documents from the current to the target server, select
Oneway. (Default: Clear)
If this option is not selected, the current server is validated from the remote server and documents are transferred
from the current to the target server and vice-versa.
To send statistics and KPI data to the target server, select
Send reporting data (default: Clear). If you change this setting, you need to
restart the Reporting Server Service.
uses Kofax Reporting to collect and report statistics and KPI data across disparate
sites. The reports are generated from a single reporting database where data across all
To authenticate the user name and password stored in the
Linked server against the Windows authentication on the target server, select
Authenticate with Windows on target. (Default: Clear. This means the user is
only authenticated against
when moving document between the servers.)
Note If the authentication fails, the job is suspended.
If the URL is incorrect or the user credentials are invalid, a message appears.
Note To connect
from a public IP Address, configure Web.config. See the
Kofax TotalAgility Installation Guide for more information.