ETA Configurations Guide

A ETA configuration is a group of settings for controlling a specific process in ETA such as ingestion, networkA network is a visual summary, generated by ETA, of the information in one or more documents. creation and document classification. Some configurations are designed solely to add functionality to another configuration.

ETA has multiple levels of configuration but they can be grouped into two broad categories: internal and integration.

If required, ETA can easily be configured to store source documents.

Internal configuration

ETA uses internal configuration stacks to drive specific types of document processing, network extraction and additional features. These configurations are developed in a ETA environment, then packaged for deployment to any desired ETA target.

Once a configuration is completed and packaged, it can be deployed:

Integration configuration

ETA’s service architecture is designed for integration via EAI/ESB approaches.

In addition, ETA has plugin integration modules for direct integration with:

Document storage and retrieval

ETA can be configured to store the source documents that are submitted for processing. This may be appropriate in circumstances like eDiscovery.

By storing the source documents in ETA, the original document can be retrieved in association with:

About this guide

This guide is for system administrators and ETA end users. It describes how to set up and manage configurations in ETA.

Many of the features of ETA, and access to them, are configurable. For this reason there may be small variations between the screen images in this guide and your installation of ETA, and you may not be able to access all the features described.

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