Set up Thin Client Correction

There are several differences between Correction and Thin Client Correction. The biggest difference is that Thin Client Correction runs in a Web browser while Correction requires software to be installed on a computer. Other differences with Thin Client Correction include:

  • This is a Web-based application, so you may need to log on.

  • There is no status bar at the bottom of the window. Instead, there is a status footer inside the Web browser window.

  • Pressing F1 launches the Web browser Help and not the Thin Client Correction Help. To open the latter, you need to click the Help option inside the application.

  • You cannot customize the toolbar or rearrange the order of the toolbar.

  • Regular Expression Validation methods that contain dictionaries are not supported. If a validation method contains a dictionary, the only way for the correction operator to correct the field is to override it.

  • Validation methods that include regular expressions may, on rare occasions, behave differently in Thin Client Validation. To ensure there are no problems, test all validation methods in both modules.

  • The keyboard shortcut to allow Whole Field Correction is not F12, as this is a reserved key in the supported Web browsers. To enter Whole Field Correction mode, press Ctrl then W.

  • When in Full Image mode, pressing Enter does not select the content of the text box. Instead, the field is saved and the user is returned to the default correction view. If field is valid, the next field is loaded automatically. If the field fails validation, the user needs to correct that field before processing the rest of the batch.

  • Smart zoom is not available for images in Single Key or Whole Field mode.

Thin Client Correction can replace Correction in a workflow, and you can configure Thin Client Correction by following these steps:

  1. Open the Project Tree window if it is not already open.
  2. Expand the Project Tree and select the class that contains either an Advanced Zone Locator, an A2iA Zone Locator or an OCR Voting Evaluator.
  3. Optionally, view the class contents if they are not already displayed.

    The hidden class contents are displayed.

  4. Open the Details window if it is not already open.
  5. Expand the Fields collection Project Tree - Fields icon and select a field that requires correction.

    The Field Properties for the selected field is displayed in the Details window.

  6. In the User Interactive Modules group, select Display field for correction.

    This field is displayed in the Correction module.

  7. Select a value for the Field is displayed in whole field correction mode.

    Depending on the selection, other options are enabled and are configurable.

  8. On the Project tab, in the Configuration group, select Project Settings Project Settings icon.
  9. Click the Correction tab to view the correction settings.
  10. In the Fields group, ensure that the desired fields are selected in the Fields displayed in the Correction Viewer option.

    Selected fields are displayed and cleared fields are not displayed in Correction

  11. Select an option from the Fields grouped by option.

    The fields are either ordered by field or document in Correction

  12. In the Options group, select the desired Options available in Correction.

    The selected options are available to Correction users when processing a batch.

  13. Click OK to save your changes and close the Project Settings window.
  14. Save the changes to your project.