Smallest child job number

Specifies the smallest number that Ricoh ProcessDirector can assign to the child portion of a job number. The format of a child job number is ParentJobNumber.ChildJobNumber, such as 10002101.1, where 10002101 is the parent job number and 1 is the child job number. Ricoh ProcessDirector assigns the Smallest child job number to the first child job that belongs to a parent. This value is incremented by one for each subsequent child job belonging to the same parent job until Ricoh ProcessDirector assigns the largest child job number, which is defined by the Largest child job number property.

The Smallest child job number must be at least one less than the Largest child job number. For example, if the Largest child job number is 10, the Smallest child job number must be 9 or less.

Format:

Data type

Integer from 1-998

Default

1

Database name

WorkflowSystem.Child.MinJobID

Usage note: The difference between the Largest child job number and Smallest child job number should be large enough to allow for the maximum number of child jobs expected for any one job. If the Largest child job number is assigned and there are still child jobs without numbers, an error results.

 
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