Identify the Security Type

To configure IDOL to identify the type of security used by a document, set up a field processing rule. The field processing rule should read a document field that specifies the security type used by the document.

To identify the security type by document

  1. Open the IDOL Server configuration file and find the [FieldProcessing] section.
  2. Create a new field processing rule to read the document field that specifies the security type. Set the following parameters:

    Parameter Value
    PropertyFieldCSVs The names of document fields that the rule should read.
    PropertyMatch The values that the fields specified by PropertyFieldCSVs can have for the field process to be applied.
    Property The name of the section in the IDOL configuration file that specifies the property to apply to the document.

    In the following example, IDOL Server looks for the document field SECURITYTYPE. If the field exists and the contains the value NT, IDOL applies the property SecurityNT_V4:

    [FieldProcessing]
    0=SetAclFields
    1=DetectNT_V4Security
    ...
    
    [DetectNT_V4Security]
    PropertyFieldCSVs=*/SECURITYTYPE
    PropertyMatch=NT
    Property=SecurityNT_V4
  3. In the //---Properties---// section of the configuration file, create a new property using the name you specified with the Property parameter. Then, set the SecurityType parameter to the type of security used by the document. The value of this parameter must refer to the name of a section in the IDOL configuration file that contains settings for that security type. For information about configuring security types, see Configure Security Types. The types that you can specify are listed in the [Security] section.For example:

    //---Properties---//
    				
    [SecurityNT_V4]
    SecurityType=NT_V4

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