CD/DVD EXPORT /IMPORT MODULE – Bulk repository Export and Import
The optional CD\DVD Export\Import workstation module for Millennium 10 provides for a number of essential functions in conjunction with the Millennium 10 Document Imaging & Management system. The first is to allow the user to select files and storage elements from within the repository to be extracted as native images or documents, along with recorded profile and other meta data, and deposit them in a selected directory in preparation for archival to CD or DVD. An optional royalty free viewer can be included with the output that allows for convenient searching and viewing of the extracted files and associated profile data. When included with the files burned to CD or DVD, this viewer will launch automatically when the resulting disk is placed in any Windows compatible computer completely independent of, and without the need of access to the original Millennium 10 system. Files are extracted in their native image or document format, and the associated profile data is included in a standard CSV and XML format files. In this way files can be extracted from the Millennium 10 system and permanently archived to CD or DVD, subsets of files/data can be extracted and burned to CD or DVD to be given to others for use outside the Millennium 10 system, and they can be exported for use with other applications. This module also supports an import feature that allows these same or similarly formatted files to be brought in to the Millennium 10 system. This feature allows files/data to be transported from one Millennium 10 system to another, and to allow import of files and data from other systems and sources. This feature can be used to automate the process of importing images and files when working with outside vendors and sources for large volume scanning or delivery of documents eliminating the need for these outside sources to have the Millennium 10 system. A convenient feature is also provided to facilitate large volume import of files from a specified network or drive location into the Millennium system.