QAID # 3547 Published
Question / Problem:
In the FormType or StatsFormType table of the Stats database, several fields track keystrokes. Which fields track keystrokes?
Which type of keystroke processing does the respective field track?
What counts as a keystroke for those fields?
Answer / Solution:
The fields that track keystrokes and their definitions are:
The number of keystrokes entered in fields that are not associated with an automatic recognition profile.
The number of keystrokes entered in fields that exist in zones associated with OCR processing.
The number of keystrokes entered in fields that exist in zones associated with High Performance Zonal processing.
The number of keystrokes entered in fields that exist in zones associated with bar code processing.
The number of keystrokes entered in fields that exist in zones associated with OMR processing. What counts as a keystroke?
The Left, Right, Up, Down, Home and End cursor keys count as keystrokes as well as any key that actually modifies the field.
Tabbing into or out of the field does not count as a keystroke.
Moving the insertion point with the mouse does not count as a keystroke.
Pressing keys that are not user input related do not count as keystrokes (such as Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Esc, etc).
Other types of automatic data entry do not count as keystrokes such as:
Data entered by Database Validation look-ups (Built-in Database Validation or Softbridge Validation Script based Database Validation look-ups).
Data entered by Softbridge Validation Scripts.
Data entered by selection from a Field Type Values list (drop-down list) when "Force match" is enabled.