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This tag is used for articles that discuss Web Server API. A Web API is a development in web services where emphasis has been moving to simpler representational state transfer (REST) based communications

  • FlexiCapture for Invoices Invoice Training

    ABBYY FlexiCapture - Web Service API

    Watch how simple it is to write a custom application that integrates with ABBYY FlexiCapture via their Web Service API.

  • ABBYY FlexiCapture Web Services API Example

    Introduction

    ABBYY FlexiCapture solves business challenges by capturing documents, extracting information from them, and using that information to drive business processes. Advanced automatic document classification and learning features along with out-of-the-box solutions for common business challenges like accounts payables have helped to establish ABBYY FlexiCapture as one of the most cutting-edge tools that companies can use to transform their business.

  • Whitepaper from UFC on ABBYY Recognition Sever

    ABBYY Recognition Server - Web Service API Sample

    ABBYY Recognition Server - Web Service API Sample

    By Joe Hill   Download PDF version

    Summary:

    ABBYY Recognition Server converts paper or electronic documents into compressed, searchable, archive compliant files.  It also provides the ability to extract text and barcodes from paper or electronic documents and return the results in XML format. This not only includes the textual content that was found but also more detailed information such as the paragraph, line locations and the text formatting.  This information may be used to construct additional applications that perform operations such as document indexing and searching.

    This document will show how the ABBYY Recognition Server web service API can be used to convert a document into an archival format.  In addition, it will show how to extract text and barcodes from a document and how to use this information to power a document search application.  This example is shown in the context of Microsoft Visual Studio.NET but the concepts apply to any development and runtime environment that can call a web service such as Java.  Example VB.NET code will be presented for example purposes only.