I registered a new application on a free trial.

I've received an email telling me the ABBYY_PWD, but nothing in it or elsewhere tells me the ABBYY_APPID.

How do I find out my ABBYY_APPID?

asked 01 Jun '13, 21:14

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In the end I found this by viewing the source of my application list.

The email only had the name of my application - which is in English and has spaces in it. That didn't work for me from the example Python code.

There is also an application identifier with a bunch of hex codes between dashes. I found that in the HTML code of the Abbyy website. It seems to work fine.

(03 Jun '13, 12:40) frabcus

Thank you for the information and sorry for the inconvenience!

(03 Jun '13, 16:37) Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

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answered 03 Jun '13, 10:31

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edited 03 Jun '13, 10:31

Doesn't really help - the string after "New Application" in the email is in English with spaces, and was rejected when I tried to use it from the Python example.

(03 Jun '13, 12:41) frabcus
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