There are numerous instances within each document recognition process where it is useful to customize its behavior. During document separation, classification, extraction, validation, as well as foldering and verification, various events are fired that can be filled with customized script code.
You can do the following to manage scripts:
Use the WinWrap Basic Script Editor for script programming. You can create new scripts or edit existing ones.
Define and modify script resources that you can reference from script. Typical examples of use as script resources are text strings, field values or log file entries.
Define and modify external script variables that you can refer to from script.