Document Routing can route an entire
batch, a complete
folder with its documents or individual
documents within a batch to a different
processing module via script programming. To route single documents and folders you first divide the parent batch into one or
multiple child batches and, if needed, define the next processing module. For a child batch that does not contain folders you can
assign a different batch class and restart
sample project that shows
how Document Routing can be implemented using a script is available when you install
Important Document Routing for an entire batch and documents within a batch can be used together with
Kofax Capture 9.0. Document Routing for folders is available with
Kofax Capture 9.0 Service Pack 1 and the possibility to assign a
different batch class is available with
Kofax Capture 9.0 Service Pack 2.
Important You cannot route a child batch to a module that is not included in the batch class queue.
Important You cannot use Document Routing for a batch class that has
Kofax Capture Partial Batch Export enabled.
Note If your project has foldering enabled, the best practice is to use
batch routing instead of the
Partial Batch Export feature. This ensures that any rejected documents are sent
Quality Control, and that existing empty folders do not cause problems with the
partial batch export.