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#1 Posted : Tuesday, January 6, 2009 5:50:50 AM(UTC)

DCurtis  
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Your example code for recognizing a form is helpful to me. Can you also tell me how to create the template files? (i.e. the Recognition.bin and Processing.xml files).

And can it be done programatically?

Also, I tried running the code and got an exception on this line:

RecognitionEngine.AddFormPage(attributes, image, null);

It said that the image size is not supported. What are the restrictions on image size? Do I have to pad the image to make it work?
 

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 7, 2009 5:34:25 AM(UTC)

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The example code you are referring to is the project in the forum below, Is this correct?
http://support.leadtools.com/SupportPortal/CS/forums/25076/ShowPost.aspx
After you create the MasterForm, use FormRecognitionAttributes.GetData Method then the File.WriteAllBytes to create the Attributes file (.BIN).
To save the Fields (XML) file, use the FormProcessingEngine.SaveFields Method.
For a sample code, check our FormsDemo project in the 'Examples' folder.

If you check the help topic ' An Overview of Recognition Modules' you will see that it states that our module does not process images larger than 6600 pixels in either width or height.
If this does not apply to your image, please create a new forum thread and attach the image (if possible) in a ZIP or RAR file.
 
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