How to Use an Anchor in a Layout with Line Data

Anchors are objects that identify pages, data areas or other anchors in order to determine which one of those objects should be used to read data at a given position. Additionally, they can be used to confirm that the data being read from them is the data that is expected or to set a relative position for other objects. Anchors read all data in the position where it is placed and have a condition attached, i.e. if the data meets the condition set then the anchor is also met. We can use anchors in the layout if we have multiple tables in a flow area and one of the table is being repeat...

BelWo to Attend APAC Inspire Days in Singapore

Members of the BelWo team will be attending APAC Inspire Days in Singapore on August 13th. BelWo is a Quadient Support Partner in the Asia Pacific. Inspire days is a great chance to learn about upcoming software upgrades, innovations in CCM and much more. Our team looks forward to meeting Quadient Inspire Users and sharing ideas at Inspire Days. Contact us today if you would like to meet up.

Utilizing Trace To Workflow in Quadient Inspire

Complex layout structures can make proofing a challenge. To solve this issue utilize the Trace to Workflow feature under the available proof window. This will allow developers to follow the different components flowing into the proof and identify issues with the workflow. The example below shows how to utilize this feature to Inspire. Select the 'Trace to Workflow " icon from the left side of the tool menu available on the proof window. Now, click on the sheet proof at the place where you want to see the corresponding design in the layout. On your right, a window with layout d...

BelWo & DMM Partner to On-Board Major Health Insurance In Record Time

The Challenge DMM partners with many high volume customers that require demanding and complicated workflows. DMM had an opportunity to replace a current vendor and win a major health insurance customer application provided they could on-board eight applications within two and a half months. It was a very big endeavor with multiple fixed and variable length input files. It also included postscript output for print, pdf for electronic presentment, and txt for reconciliation reports. Conditional Logics for the BRD ran into hundreds of pages requiring significant analysis ( and often clarifica...