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Search for Images Using CarbonCopy Search

In some instances paper documents in the organization are digitized and stored in a system developed by FirstFleet, Inc. called CarbonCopy.  CarbonCopy is a tool that allows us to control access to documents that are indexed to various pieces of information with our environment (orders, trucks, employee, etc).  There are several means to interface to the system for image retrieval. This document is meant to cover the basic retrieval interface called CarbonCopy Search. 

If you do not have a CarbonCopy or iUser account please contact to have your credentials created.

How to Use
CarbonCopy Search is a simple Windows based program that allows the its user to enter their credentials and query the system based on attribute values.  The program is presently installed on all Terminal Servers and can be installed on your local computer if you so desire.  The program is accessible from within the Start Menu under the path All Programs - FFIT Utilities - CarbonCopy Search and for those users of the TMW system you will find it in the Custom - View Images Search menu.


After you launch the program using either method for the first time you will be prompted for your credentials. The credentials you will need to enter in this box are your iUser credentials. For those users who have had access to CarbonCopy in previous methods please simply enter your CarbonCopy credentials.  If you need to change your credentials in the future you may select File - Settings to display the credentials form. After authenticating you will see a simple screen that allows you to select the type of document you wish to query for. Select the type of document you wish to query, select an attribute type to add and add the attribute to the query list. You can add as many attributes as you desire. Once you have the query list built press the search button to retrieve the list of documents that match your request. One the right you will see listed the matching documents. Click the magnifying glass to view the document.  The document will open in the appropriate viewer.


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