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Name

The name of the job, pre-job, or group. This column cannot be hidden.

Kind

Indicates whether the selection is a Job or Pre-Job.

Details

The information in the Details area is specific to each type of element. Click  to expand this collapsible section to view more details.

Pages Approved

The number of approved pages, over the total number of pages in the job.

APA Behavior on RIP

Displays how this job resolves conflicts between the page position assignments specified in the APA file and pages that have been previously assigned to a position in Prinergy Workshop.

  • Retain Assignments to retain the page currently assigned to the position specified in APA file, and leave the re-refined page as unassigned.
  • Overwrite Assignments to assign the refined page to the position specified in the APA file, overwriting the existing page assignment. The page that is currently assigned to this position then becomes unassigned.
  • Select None to disregard the APA file entirely. This means that a re-refined page that has never been assigned stays unassigned; and a re-refined page that has been assigned stays in its assigned position.

Archive Status

The quantity of files in the job that you have archived at any time. Possible statuses are:

  • None: The job has not been archived.
  • Some: Some but not all files in the job were archived. This can occur when you:
    • Archive only selected files, not the whole job
    • Archive the job, and then add one or more files to the job, for example, by adding input or processing an input file that had not been processed before the archive
    • Change one or more of the archived files, for example by processing it again
  • All: The job was archived and no changes have been made to any files in the job.

Created

The date and time when you created the job or pre-job.

Errors/Warnings

Displays the most important error or warning status from the most recent processes in the Processes pane of Job Manager.

Final Output Count

The number of separations you have output using the final output process template, over the total number of separations in the job.

Final Output Due

The date and time that the final output for the job is due. This information is set in the Edit Job Attributes dialog box.

Full Surfaces

The number of surfaces for which all positions have pages assigned, over the total number of surfaces in the job.

Group

The group in which the job or pre-job was created.

Job Code

A job code that you specify. The job code can be anything you desire. It can be a code that is meaningful to you or to your customer.

The job code is:

  • Available to an imposition job ticket
  • Available as a variable mark on the job's output
  • Exported with a job
  • Included in CIP3 files when Prinergy generates CIP3 files during final output

The job code also displays in Prepress Portal, if the job is enabled for web access through Prepress Portal.

Job Home

The full path name for the job folder location.

Job Status

The status of the job. When a job is created its status is set to In Prepress.
You can change job status in the Edit Job Attributes dialog box. Possible statuses are.

  • Created
  • In Prepress
  • Ready for Final Output
  • Completed Final Output
  • On Press
  • Shipped
  • Completed

Last Archived

The date and time that someone last archived the job.

Last Final Output

Date and time the last separation was output using a final output process template.

Max Layers

The maximum number of pages you can assign to one page position. This information is set in the Edit Job Attributes dialog box, and only applies to legacy versioning jobs.

Name

The name of the job, pre-job, or group. This column cannot be hidden.

Online

Indicates whether a job is fully or partially Offline or Online.
Offline indicates that no files in the job's job folder exist on the job home server. Files from outside the job folder may still be online. When you fully purge a job, its status is Offline since purging removes all files in the job folder from the job home server.
Online indicates that at least one file for the job is on the job home server.
If this column is blank, the status of the job is not known.

Proof Due

The date and time that the proofs for the job are due. This information is set in the Edit Job Attributes dialog box.

Stale Archive Status

The quantity (All Some, or None) of files in the job that have changed since the last archive.

Web Access Customer

The name of the customer for whom you have enabled web access. This information is set in the Edit Job Attributes dialog box.

Sizes

Click  to expand this collapsible section to view information about the size of the job folder and related files. 

Job Folder

The total size of all files in the job folder.

Other Files

The total size of all files that have been added to the job but are located outside of the job folder.

Custom Fields

You can create custom fields for jobs or for elements within a job, so that you can track unique information about the job or element. Custom fields let you determine the type of information that you view about a job or job element.
Custom Fields appear in the Job Info dialog box when you create custom fields using the Custom Fields dialog box. You can edit values for custom fields in the Job Info dialog box.
Note: The fields in this dialog box also appear as columns in Job Finder window.

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