What is an OCC file?

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An OCC file is also known as a Job File, Job Profile, or Job Ticket. When users create a job in Harvester they have the option to save it for later use. When the job is saved, it is saved as an OCC file with a “.occ” extension. An OCC file can be copied between different Harvester installs. It can also be copied between Harvester Portable and Server, changed and saved again to reflect any changes made to the job.

OCC files contain the job settings in plain text which can be viewed or changed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. Below the plain text settings entries, there is a block of HTML code which is created to display the setting in a web browser using in Harvester Server. For more information about the different entries in the OCC file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “Harvester (.occ) job file format” section in the Harvester Help File.

It is also important to note that when a job is removed from the job tree, the saved OCC file (located in the “_occ” folder inside the “bin” folder) becomes an OCD file (.ocd), and is no longer visible on the job tree. Changing the extension back to .occ from .ocd will make the job visible again.

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What is an OCC file?

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An OCC file is also known as a Job File, Job Profile, or Job Ticket. When users create a job in Harvester they have the option to save it for later use. When the job is saved, it is saved as an OCC file with a “.occ” extension. An OCC file can be copied between different Harvester installs. It can also be copied between Harvester Portable and Server, changed and saved again to reflect any changes made to the job.

OCC files contain the job settings in plain text which can be viewed or changed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. Below the plain text settings entries, there is a block of HTML code which is created to display the setting in a web browser using in Harvester Server. For more information about the different entries in the OCC file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “Harvester (.occ) job file format” section in the Harvester Help File.

It is also important to note that when a job is removed from the job tree, the saved OCC file (located in the “_occ” folder inside the “bin” folder) becomes an OCD file (.ocd), and is no longer visible on the job tree. Changing the extension back to .occ from .ocd will make the job visible again.

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What is an OCC file?

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An OCC file is also known as a Job File, Job Profile, or Job Ticket. When users create a job in Harvester they have the option to save it for later use. When the job is saved, it is saved as an OCC file with a “.occ” extension. An OCC file can be copied between different Harvester installs. It can also be copied between Harvester Portable and Server, changed and saved again to reflect any changes made to the job.

OCC files contain the job settings in plain text which can be viewed or changed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. Below the plain text settings entries, there is a block of HTML code which is created to display the setting in a web browser using in Harvester Server. For more information about the different entries in the OCC file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “Harvester (.occ) job file format” section in the Harvester Help File.

It is also important to note that when a job is removed from the job tree, the saved OCC file (located in the “_occ” folder inside the “bin” folder) becomes an OCD file (.ocd), and is no longer visible on the job tree. Changing the extension back to .occ from .ocd will make the job visible again.

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