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Fields in DISCO productions

Below is the list of standard Disco Production Fields as of October 31, 2017: 

Field Name

Definition

Reference ID

Optional field which can be used to  to be used to uniquely order documents.

Begbates

First bates number assign to the document.

Endbates

Last bates number assign to the document.

Begattach

First bates number of the first document in an attachment range.

Endattach

Last bates number of the last document in an attachment range.

Parent Bates

The Begbates of the parent document. 

Attachment

 Begbates number(s) of any attachment(s).

Custodian

 Owner of the document(s) collected.

Dup Custodian

Owner of duplicative documents collected.

Dup File Name

File name(s) of any duplicate documents collected.

Dup Path

Path information for any duplicative documents.

Author

Person who created the file. A file can have one or no author.

Company

Available company information extracted from MS Office and PDF documents.

Title

Available title information extracted from MS Office and PDF documents.

Conversation date

The date the email conversation started.

Conversation time

The time the email conversation started.

Create date

The date the file was created.

Create time

The time the file was created.

Date last accessed

The date the file was last accessed.

Time last accessed

The time the file was last accessed.

Date last modified

The date changes were last made to a file.

Time last modified

The time changes were last made to a file.

Date printed

The date the file was last printed.

Time printed

The time the file was last printed.

Date received

The date an email was received.

Time received

The time an email was received.

Date sent

The date an email was sent.

Time sent

The time an email was sent.

Family date

The date of the parent document. For emails this will be date sent and for non-emails date last modified.

Family time

The time of the parent document.

Time Zone

Time of zone of original email.

From

Sender of an email.

To

Recipient(s) from the to line of an email.

Bcc

Blind carbon copy recipient(s) on an email.

Cc

Carbon copy recipient(s) on an email.

Subject

Subject line from an email.

Document type

The content type of file a document came from.

File extension

The file extension of the native file.

File name

The original name of the native file.

File Length

File length is a file's size in bytes.

Page count

The number of pages in a document.

Path

The full file, folder, or directory structure from which the document was collected.

Hash

Numeric value of a fixed length that uniquely identifies data.

OCR Path

Path to extracted text or OCR.

Native Path

Path to native file.

 

 

I addition to our standard fields, DISCO also allows for you to select the following fields for production:

 

All Custodians The name(s) of each owner of each instance of duplicate documents.
All File Names The file name(s) of each instance of duplicate documents.
All File Paths The file path(s) of each instance of duplicate documents.
Attach Count The number of attachments for parent files.
DISCO ID The unique number associated with each record (document) in DISCO.
Document Note The contents of the DISCO Document Note field.
Hidden Type Indicates if the documents contains hidden content.
Message ID Unique ID for email messages.
Privilege Note The contents of the DISCO Privilege Notes field. 
Redactions Reason The Redaction Reason applied to a redaction in DISCO.
Tags List of all DISCO tags applied to a document. 
Thread ID Unique ID for a conversation thread. 
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