Some files can have a parent/child relationship with other files. When syncing or uploading a parent file, Onna's processing includes the parent file's embedded content. Examples of files with embedded content can include:
- Zips and their decompressed files
- Emails and their attachment files
Does deleting a parent file remove all its embedded files from Onna?
If a user deletes a parent file from a folder source, all its embedded files will also be deleted.
Can you delete an embedded file from a parent?
Yes, from a folder source you can delete an embedded file that came from a parent. After the file is deleted the parent and any remaining embedded content from that parent will remain in Onna.
Are files within a parent duplicated during processing?
These files are not duplicated. They are still within the parent and then also extracted for processing and viewing.