typedef struct L_OcrSettingDescriptor L_OcrSettingDescriptor;
Defines a setting name, friendly name, type and range.
|StructSize||Structure size. It should be equal to sizeof(L_OcrSettingDescriptor).|
|Name||The unique name of setting. This is the same name you pass to L_OcrSettingManager_GetSettingDescriptor.|
|ValueType||Specifying the setting type. For a list of possible values, refer to L_OcrSettingValueType.|
|FriendlyName||Friendly name of the setting. You can use this name in your user application.|
|Units||Name of the unit of the value.|
|IntegerMinimumValue||Minimum allowed value of the setting.|
|IntegerMaximumValue||Maximum allowed value of the setting.|
|EnumIsFlags||If TRUE, the enum setting members can be combined together (OR'ed), otherwise; only one enum member can be set at a time.|
|EnumMemberFriendlyNames||Character string containing the enumeration members friendly names separated by commas. You can use these names in your user application.|
|DoubleMinimumValue||Minimum allowed value of the setting.|
|DoubleMaximumValue||Maximum allowed value of the setting.|
|StringNullAllowed||A NULL is a valid value for this setting.|
|StringMaximumLength||Maximum number of characters in the value of the setting.|
You can use the different methods of the L_OcrSettingManager to get and set the engine-specific settings. Each setting has a unique name (a character array value). You can get all the settings available to the current OCR engine through the L_OcrSettingManager_GetSettingCount and L_OcrSettingManager_GetSettingName methods. The L_OcrSettingManager_GetSettingDescriptor method returns a description of the setting (its type, friendly name and value range), you can then use the various setting get and set methods to query and change the value of a certain setting. For example, if the setting type is L_OcrSettingValueType_Integer, you can use the L_OcrSettingManager_GetIntegerValue to get the current value of the setting and the L_OcrSettingManager_SetIntegerValue to change its value. Refer to L_OcrEngine_GetSettingManager for a complete example.
For a list of supported engine-specific settings and their meanings, refer to LEADTOOLS OCR Module - LEAD Engine Settings.
This structure is used with the following functions: