This group has the following options:
- Project path
This is a read-only field that displays the location where your project is saved.
- Project name
This is a read-only field that displays the name of your project.
- Project version
This is a read-only field that displays the version of Kofax Transformation - Project Builder where your project is last saved. If you make changes and save your project in the newest version of Project Builder, this value updates to the current version.
- Next project version
If the current project is from an older version of Project Builder, the version listed here shows what the project will be upgraded to after the project is saved.
- Number of classes
This is a read-only field that displays the number of classes in your project. This value includes all classes including any child classes.
- Active configuration set
This is a read-only field that displays the configuration set in use by this project.
- Project protected
This indicates whether a project is protected or not.
This value is either Protected or Not protected.
This field enables you to provide a description for your project. This field is editable at all times so that you can update it as necessary. The best practice is to provide as many details as possible about the purpose of the project as well as any configuration details that are not easily remembered or quickly discerned from viewing the project configuration.
- Set read password
Setting a read password means that you can protect your project so that no other users can open it unless you provide them with the password. Clicking this button opens the Read Protection Password window where you can set your password.
The best practice is to use read-protection when a project contains secure data such as training documents or sample data. If any user attempts to open a read-protected project, they are prompted for the password, and cannot open the project with the correct password.If you do not read-protect your project, even if you write-protect it, users can still save a copy of the project.
- Set write password
Setting a write password means that you can protect your project so that no other users can make changes to its configuration. Clicking this button opens the Write Protection Password window where you can set your password.
The best practice is to use write-protection when your project is ready for production. This ensures that the project cannot be modified while in production unless the user has the necessary password. You can also enable write-protection if you do not want others to change your configurations while you are still setting up your project.