Insert iteration

Displays the insert or processing iteration for a print job.

If you have the Inserter feature and are using closed-loop processing, Insert iteration is the number of times that the InsertJobs step has run the job.

If you have the Inserter feature and are using open-loop processing, Insert iteration is the largest Insert count of any document in the job. The Insert count is the number of times that the system has processed the document. For example, a job contains 100 documents. After the documents are printed, they are inserted into envelopes. During the insertion process, 10 of the documents are damaged. Those 10 documents are reprinted and reinserted into envelopes. One of the 10 documents is damaged during the insertion process. That document is reprinted a second time and successfully inserted into an envelope. Because that document was processed three times, its Insert count is 3, and the Insert iteration for the job is 3.

If you do not have the Inserter feature, Insert iteration is the largest Insert count of any document in the job. The Insert count is the number of times that the system has processed the document. For example, a job contains 50 documents. One of the documents is reprinted. Because that document was printed twice, its Insert count is 2, and the Insert iteration for the job is 2.

Database name

Job.Insert.Iteration

Usage notes:

  • If you have the Inserter feature, the SetInsertProperties step sets the Insert iteration to 1 if it is not already set.
  • If you do not have the Inserter feature, the SetPropertiesForReconcile step sets the Insert iteration to 1 if it is not already set.
 
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