What is an SCJ file?

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When a Harvester job runs, the settings and other job related details are saved in the destination logs folder with a “.scj” extension. the SCJ files uses values seen in the OCC job file as well as the run time values of many pertinent system environment settings and any variable that the OCC file contained. By storing this information in the logs folder, the SCJ file provides users easy access to the job settings used in the Harvester project. An SCJ file can be used to resume a job, or re-run a job. It can also be opened in Harvester Portable and Server.

The job settings in an SCJ file are stored in plain text, which can be viewed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. For more information about the different entries in the SCJ file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “.OCC file structure definition” section in the Harvester Help File.

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When a Harvester job runs, the settings and other job related details are saved in the destination logs folder with a “.scj” extension. the SCJ files uses values seen in the OCC job file as well as the run time values of many pertinent system environment settings and any variable that the OCC file contained. By storing this information in the logs folder, the SCJ file provides users easy access to the job settings used in the Harvester project. An SCJ file can be used to resume a job, or re-run a job. It can also be opened in Harvester Portable and Server.

The job settings in an SCJ file are stored in plain text, which can be viewed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. For more information about the different entries in the SCJ file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “.OCC file structure definition” section in the Harvester Help File.

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What is an SCJ file?

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When a Harvester job runs, the settings and other job related details are saved in the destination logs folder with a “.scj” extension. the SCJ files uses values seen in the OCC job file as well as the run time values of many pertinent system environment settings and any variable that the OCC file contained. By storing this information in the logs folder, the SCJ file provides users easy access to the job settings used in the Harvester project. An SCJ file can be used to resume a job, or re-run a job. It can also be opened in Harvester Portable and Server.

The job settings in an SCJ file are stored in plain text, which can be viewed using a text editor or within the Harvester interface itself. For more information about the different entries in the SCJ file, their meanings, and their potential values, consult the “.OCC file structure definition” section in the Harvester Help File.

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