To do so, call DocumentPage.ReadBarcodes to search for and read the data of any barcode found on the page. Different parameters allow you to specify the area of the page to search (or search the entire page), the number of barcodes to read (or read all barcodes), and the barcode symbologies to read (or read all symbologies). DocumentPage.ReadBarcodes calls DocumentPage.getImageUrl and then reads the barcodes found.
DocumentPage.ReadBarcodes returns an array of BarcodeData objects containing the bounding rectangle, data, and type (symbology) for each barcode found. An empty array is returned if no barcodes are found.
Does your application require document recognition or conversion, but its implementation language is preventing you from using LEADTOOLS directly? Consider using the LEADTOOLS Cloud Services Web API instead. It is a high-powered and scalable Web API. Its hassle-free interface can be used to integrate advanced OCR, barcode, MICR, and document conversion into any application.