Whether you want to try out what you’ve seen in a session, or prefer to learn at your own speed, CommunityLIVE offers attendees the opportunity to learn on your own with self-paced labs. These labs enable you to get hands-on time with Hyland solutions and work at the pace you want to.
Self-paced Labs are offered Tuesday – Thursday and cover the following topics:
*Labs are subject to change.
Configure Application Enabler (AE) to both retrieve and generate documents from a mock ERP application. Installation of the AE Client, configuring Hotspots and Application Enabler Live will also be covered.
Learn how to create AutoFill Keyword Sets within your OnBase system to assist your users in indexing. You’ll use an AFKS Processor, a COLD Processor and a Unity Form to get values for indexing into your system.
See how Brainware processing can be leveraged in OnBase to help automate the process of indexing these documents. This lab will walk you through the steps a user performs in this solution and explain the process along the way.
This lab focuses on how to configure the integration between OnBase and Brainware. Take a functional OnBase Capture Process that currently performs manual indexing and change the configuration to use an already functioning Brainware process to replace the manual indexing step.
Learn to design logic into your capture process in OnBase Studio using the Capture Process Designer to allow for more flexibility during processing. Control when documents undergo different types of processing including Workflow processing, using the Capture Process Designer.
Learn how to give your end users a one-of-a-kind OnBase experience using Combined Viewer. In this lab you’ll create a combined view that includes collections of documents, Workflow items and WorkView items in one place.
In this lab you will be introduced to Content Composer configuration. Produce, send, track and archive documents directly from your line-of-business or ECM system.
Learn how to configure various types of cross-references to allow your users to more easily navigate to and from related documents. The cross-references configured will be based on keywords, text and location.
Create a standard “by document type” Custom Query and learn about the configuration options along the way. You will also learn the basics of HTML Custom Queries.
In this lab you will be introduced to Document Composition. First, you’ll see it in action. Then you’ll configure a template of your own.
Learn to configure both static retention and dynamic retention in this lab to manage the retention and disposal of stored documents in your OnBase system.
Learn, hands-on, how Enterprise Search makes locating key information simple, fast and straightforward.
Learn about design concepts for Folders in OnBase, how to configure a folder solution that mirrors your current file cabinet and folder structure and more.
An Introduction to Image Forms configuration. You will add form controls and logic to an electronic image of a regulated paper form within the Forms Designer.
No formal instructions accompany this OnBase 18 Virtual Sandbox. Compare what’s in Foundations to OnBase 18.
No formal instructions accompany this OnBase Foundation Sandbox. Try out the latest functionality.
In this lab, you will be introduced to the basics of creating and configuring OnBase User Groups, including how to create a basic User Group for your day-to-day users as well as a manager User Group with additional privileges and administrative responsibilities.
Learn about the benefits of Outlook Integration through hands-on experience. You will import documents, retrieve documents, separate a single document into two documents, use a Custom Query, use Workflow and Document Composition and send a document within OnBase from Outlook.
No formal instructions accompany this Perceptive Content Sandbox. Try out the latest functionality.
Unlock the potential of your Perceptive Content solution without the dependencies of WebNow or the Full Client. The HTML5 user interface can take your solution to the next level and allow you to meet your customers at the intersection of usability and configuration.
Learn how to allow users to retrieve content with a single click while in their familiar ERP system. Apply index values from data stored in the ERP to newly captured content without worrying about manual error or data consistency challenges.
Learn about conditional routing, alerts, parallel and notifications. Use the power of multiple automated routing rule definitions to support your optimal workflows. See how Workflow’s natural language configuration tool allows non-programmers to utilize these features easily.
View preconfigured Dashboards from the end user’s perspective, configure a Document Query Data Provider, create a new Dashboard, use the Dashboard Designer interface to add Dashboard Items to your Dashboard, and more.
Learn how to easily create a test system that mirrors your production OnBase system. Importing and exporting configuration items from your test system to production will also be covered.
Introduction to Unity Forms configuration. You will add both keyword and non-keyword fields to a form, work with AutoFill Keyword Sets and Cascading Data Sets, and learn about line items, drafts, themes and publishing.
This lab picks right up where Unity Forms – Part 1 ended. Work with calculations and custom actions, and learn about security and attaching documents to forms.
Learn about the benefits of Unity Forms through hands-on experience. Learn how Unity Forms can populate important information, perform calculations, require information when appropriate, ask for additional information in certain cases, and more.
Focus on the setup of a Unity Scheduler Workflow Timer within OnBase Studio. Then, you’ll move to the Unity Management Console, where you get to schedule the logic that was configured within OnBase Studio.
Create Approval Roles, an Approval Process and Approval Queue in OnBase Studio. Then, you’ll move into the Unity Client and create the logic for the Approval Process. Finally, you will get to see the Approval Process you created in action.
Learn about some administrative tools that will help you take your Workflow knowledge to the next level. Topics addressed include Copying Life Cycles, Window Titles, the Compare To Tool, Item Generator, and more.
Begin creating a Life Cycle, used to automate an organization’s invoice approval process, and try out some of the great features in OnBase Studio.
This lab picks right up where Intro to Workflow – Part 1 ended. You will put some finishing touches on our Life Cycle to make it even better. Finally, you get to test your Life Cycle out in the Unity Client.
This lab will focus on creating a basic WorkView | Case Management Application from scratch using OnBase Studio. You will also build the Views, Filters and Filter Bars associated with the application, so you can enter sample data into the application and view it.