Set Remote Image Update Password and Options
This command specifies a specific password which must be entered by the caller before a fax-on-demand document (specified by the same IIF) can be updated from a remote location; and also overrides remote image update options set in the user profile using $update_image.
The parameters on this command are used as follows:
|password||the actual number to be entered as a password. Use the keyword "none" or "null" to indicate that no password is required when you need to specify only the other parameters on this command.|
|tries||the number of attempts which you allow the caller to enter a valid password. Zero implies no limit.|
|desc_allowed||a yes/no/? keyword as follows:|
|Y||the voice description for the document may be updated.|
|N||the voice description for the document may not be updated.|
|?||use the option specified by $update_image in the user profile.|
|Y||a "yes" code to indicate that immediate updates are permitted, overwriting the original document.|
|dirname||a directory name where the incoming document files (and voice description, if specified) are placed temporarily for later updating of the actual document.|
It is the user's responsibility to copy the documents from the update directory to the main document database. You could use the 'quit' exit option in the COPIAFACTS program to exit at a certain time each day to copy the files from the deferred update directory to the main document database. You might also have a program that searches the deferred update directory for images to update.
Default: no password needed to update image; options set by $update_image
An image which allows password updating:
; File 00001000.IIF
$image_update 8888 3 Y Y