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Folder and Document Count

asked on July 11

Looking at the properties for our main repository folder and I was hoping someone could explain the difference between the various counts, the Child folder and documents in the attached image.

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replied on July 11 Show version history

Not necessarily. "Image Count" refers to Laserfiche Pages, and an Electronic Document (PDF, DOCX, XLSX, etc.) can exist with or without page images.

If you import a PDF and Generate Pages, scan a native LF document, etc., then you are adding Images (pages), but if you import a PDF without generating pages it would not increase the Image Count.

Child Documents is your full document count.

 

Image Count tells you how many page images.

Text Count is how many pages have searchable text.

Electronic Count is how many "non-native" files (PDF, XLSX, DOCX, etc.).

A Laserfiche Document could have pretty much any combination of these three, including none at all if it is just metadata and no images.

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replied on July 11

If you mean the fact that you have more text pages than image pages, that's likely to be caused by having extracted text from electronic documents. In that case, there text pages, but no images.

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replied on July 11

So the image count would consist of any document added i.e. word, excel etc

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SELECTED ANSWER
replied on July 11 Show version history

Not necessarily. "Image Count" refers to Laserfiche Pages, and an Electronic Document (PDF, DOCX, XLSX, etc.) can exist with or without page images.

If you import a PDF and Generate Pages, scan a native LF document, etc., then you are adding Images (pages), but if you import a PDF without generating pages it would not increase the Image Count.

Child Documents is your full document count.

 

Image Count tells you how many page images.

Text Count is how many pages have searchable text.

Electronic Count is how many "non-native" files (PDF, XLSX, DOCX, etc.).

A Laserfiche Document could have pretty much any combination of these three, including none at all if it is just metadata and no images.

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