The PDF Rendering Templates* (where one can define headers/watermarks to add to the converted files based on document type and/or status) support a variety of placeholders that are automatically replaced by the system when the file is generated.
Here is the complete list of placeholders (note that brackets ( [ ] ) are required for the system to differentiate custom user text from placeholders that it needs to replace) :
**[TODAY]: The current date where the file is opened.
**[EFFECTIVE_DATE]: The effective date of the document.
**[NEXT_REVIEW_DATE]: The next review date of the document.
**[FINAL_APPROVAL_DATE]: The date of the last approval step.
[LOCATION]: The complete location (path) of the document in SOLABS QM.
[FULLNAME]: The full name of the user accessing the file.
[USERNAME]: The username of the user accessing the file.
[ALIAS]: The alias of the user accessing the file.
Example usage in the PDF Header text field:
Approved on [FINAL_APPROVAL_DATE]
Which would be outputted in the converted file as:
"Approved on 09-Nov-2020"
** For tokens representing dates, it is also possible to add an offset (in number of days) that will be automatically applied by the system when the token is replaced.
For example, setting [TODAY][+5] will display a date that is 5 days after the current date (i.e.: "Today's date + 5 days").
*Refer to this article to know more about how to set PDF Rendering Templates for a specific document type.