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#1 Posted : Friday, July 6, 2012 6:22:23 AM(UTC)

datamex  
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Hello, I want a webservice to host my OCR process so it is done on a server. At this time it works, but every call I'm creating the engine object which takes a lot of time. So I thought I could store the engine object in my class and re-use it, but that seems to cause problems when multiple calls are fired at once.

So now I was wondering: what are the best practices on this, and how can I make sure the performance is optimal vs a stable solution? Thanks.
 

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#2 Posted : Sunday, July 8, 2012 5:36:26 AM(UTC)

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The time-consuming part is usually the recognition process and not creating the engine.

If you're using the Advantage OCR engine, it should work properly in a multi-threaded environment.

However, if you use the Plus or Professional OCR engines, they will need you to enable the thunk layer.

For details, see our OCR Multi-Threading demo shipped with the toolkit.
 
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