Workflow queue routing in ILINX® Capture 5

Let’s say you want to route a batch in the ILINX Capture workflow depending on the value of a certain index.  Maybe this is an AP solution and you want to route to a different queue based on document type.  Here is the simple way to do that:

1.  Create a PickList at the batch level

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2.  Add the values ‘Has Purchase Order’ and ‘No Purchase Order’ to the PickList

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3.  Create the rest of the Batch Profile with whatever index fields and documents you want to
4.  Open the workflow editor for the Profile

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5.  Add a GetBatchInfo IXM to the workflow map before the routing event (make sure to create the batchInfo variable as well)

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6.  Drag a FlowSwitch IXM to the map and select ‘String’ as the Type.

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7.  Connect the IXM’s
8.  Select the new Switch IXM, open the expression editor and put in the value of the index field to evaluate

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9.  Create two new human activities, Has Purchase Order and No Purchase Order (neither the name or IXM type matter here, the next step determines the route)

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10.  Connect the Switch IXM and Human Activity IXM’s.  Notice the labelling on the lines.  These are the parameters that determine the route.

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11.  Select the ‘Case1’ line, erase the ‘Case1’ in the Case property box, and replace it with ‘No Purchase Order’ as shown

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12.  Select the ‘Default’ line.  Uncheck the IsDefaultCase property checkbox.  Replace the ‘Case1’ that appears with ‘Has Purchase Order’ as shown

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13.  Your workflow should now look like this.  Save and publish.

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14.  When you create a new batch you now have the picklist dialogue appear automatically.

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15.  Depending on the Document Type you choose at scan time, the batches will end up in different queues

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Mike Peterson
Systems Engineer
ImageSource, Inc.

Mike Peterson