Database property names for Reports

Messages about reports and print jobs might refer to Reports properties by their database names. You can use the database property names in symbol formulas and in control files.

Some of the values that you see in drop-down lists in the user interface are not the same as the values that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses internally. When you make some requests using Web services or set values using an overrides file, you must use the internal value. The Internal values column lists the internal values for those properties.

In the Editable column:

  • Yes means that an authorized user can change the value.
  • No means that an authorized user cannot change the value.

In the Job ticket column:

  • Yes means that the property can be set from one or more values in the job ticket that is used to submit the job.
  • No means that the property cannot be set from values in the job ticket.
Database name Notebook tab: field name Brief description Internal values Editable Job ticket
Job.Reports.DocFileToStore Document properties file Specifies the name of a tab-delimited file containing property values to write to the database.   Yes No
Job.Reports.DocPropToStore Document properties to write Specifies the document properties to write to the database.   Yes No
Job.Reports.DocumentTableName Document properties table Specifies the name of the table where the selected document properties are stored in the database.   Yes No
Job.Reports.EventType Event type Adds a custom label for the information that the step stores in the database.   Yes No
Job.Reports.JobPropToStore Job properties to write Specifies the job properties to write to the database.   Yes No
Job.Reports.JobTableName Job properties table Specifies the name of the table where the selected job properties are stored in the database.   Yes No
 
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