What is the functionality of the “Check Rules” button in the Web Verification station? Please explain in detail.
While the rich (on-premise) verification station checks rules locally, web-verification checks format errors and some rules locally, but the rest is done on the server.
The Check Rules button initializes a server-side rule check. Most of the rules are checked locally in the Web Verification Station immediately after a field value is modified. However, there is a range of exceptions that require you to click the Check Rules button after modifying field values:
- if value normalization is applied,
- if the number and text values of a number are being compared,
- for script rules that use objects that are not supported for a local rule check on a Web Verification Station. To check whether a script will be executed without calling a rule check, make sure that all objects used in the script are supported. The necessary information can be found in the description of each object: if an object is not supported or is only partially supported, this is specified in the description. If a script object is not supported, an error for the rule will be displayed during the verification process. The error will suggest that you click Check Rules.
More information about you can find at the following links: Differences between stations (sorted by deployment type) and Correcting recognition and document filling errors