Clawing Back Documents

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Clawing Back Documents

The clawback dialog looks the same in both Review and Productions however they behave slightly differently.

 

To clawback documents (usually from adverse or third parties) from Review:

1.In the Document List, right-click a document and click Clawback… from the menu that appears.

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2.If you choose to “sequester” a document, DWR adds an entry to the Clawback Log and adds the gray flag to the document. No files are removed or replaced with placeholders.

3.If you choose to "delete" a document,

a.From Review:

i.Adds an entry to the Clawback Log for all MD5 duplicates of the selected file.

ii.Deletes the Native file from the repository and replaces it with a placeholder image indicating the document has been clawed back. This affects all MD5 duplicates of the file! (This is the same behavior that 8.9 had when clawing back adverse documents which lived in Productions at the time.)

b.From Productions:

i.Adds an entry to the Clawback Log for all produced instances of the selected file id.

ii.Deletes the Endorsed images for all produced instances of the selected ids from their respective productions and replaces them with placeholder images indicating the documents have been clawed back. The native files are left intact and are not affected. (See Placeholder Settings for information about the clawback placeholder image.)

Note:  Clawing back the selected document(s) cannot be undone.