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Thank you for purchasing a iDocs “Suite” product from inFORM Decisions. We are proud that you have selected us. We will work hard to assist you with the integration and training of our product(s), in order to move you closer to automated document workflow.
iDocs and associated “Suite” products are iSeries, SAA, host compliant, and utilize state-of-the-art raster-to-vector forms conversion technology to accomplish a fast, seamless solution for electronic form printing in an iSeries environment. In addition, iDocs “Suite” can offer modules to provide a complete, automated enterprise workflow environment for electronic forms, checks and “paperless” document distribution. As an industry recognized document solution, F0RMation won two Product Excellence awards in year 2000 for their form-check processing software, and email software “suite” products.
This User’s Guide serves to provide instruction for iSeries integration of electronic forms and checks. The other components of the iDocs “Suite” may have additional documentation not included here. Please contact your inFORM Decisions representative if you feel you a re missing some documentation.
The following comprises the complete iDocs “Suite”:
Please contact your inFORM Decisions Sales for Information and Pricing on additional workflow modules of the iDocs “Suite”. The current version of the iDocs Suite is 6.95 (4/21/20). This has been certified to use with IBM i OS V7R4.
iDocs will offer simple menu’s and options to define your specific electronic form application to the iSeries. Orientation, Page Controls, Spool Mapping Instructions, Forms Merging Options, OutQueue Destinations, Conditional Text, Object and Form calls, and much more. When the form application setup is complete, iDocs’s engines will be started and run in the background, performing merges and routing these to the defined output queues.
Since electronic form files are merged with spool file data and converted to ASCII PCL(HP or compatible laser printers), files can be routed and printed across intra/internet networks, print-previewed, or archived and retrieved.