I try to recognize image via ABBYY OCR with pdfSearchable output format, but empty page returns from service. Other formats (txt, rtf), returns successfully. Does the service work correctly now ?

asked 16 May '12, 17:35

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Alex
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Yes, the service is working correctly and is returning non-empty results while recognizing with pdfSearchable output format. Checked that right now.

Our logs show that your requests were processed successfully.

It looks like that something is wrong with the downloading of binary data from server. Could you please send us the pdf file you get after processing?

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answered 17 May '12, 11:06

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Vasily Panferov ♦♦
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I think you are right, because today everything is working fine. Link for file with error: http://depositfiles.com/files/atgd3uxhl

We plan to use your service, but we need to know how many files ABBYY can process at minute/hour ?

(17 May '12, 20:22) Alex

Alex, please ask separate questions in separate threads

(18 May '12, 01:03) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

The file is in fact corrupted. Adobe Acrobat says that is corrupted, while Foxit Reader is able to show first line of a page.

So most likely something was wrong during download of result.

(18 May '12, 08:06) Vasily Panferov ♦♦
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