Hi I am getting a

Assertion failure in -[Client processingFinished:]

Which is caused by


in the following method.

When I do


it gives a null value.

I have not updated the applications settings on the sample, the only thing I have added is

    if (operation.error != nil) {
        if ([self.delegate respondsToSelector:@selector(client:didFailedWithError:)]) {
            [self.delegate client:self didFailedWithError:operation.error];
    } else {
        Task* task = [[Task alloc] initWithData:operation.recievedData];

        if ([self.delegate respondsToSelector:@selector(clientDidFinishProcessing:)]) {
            [self.delegate clientDidFinishProcessing:self];
        NSLog(@"download URL %@",task.downloadURL);

        NSURLRequest *request = [NSURLRequest requestWithURL:task.downloadURL];

        HTTPOperation *downloadOperation = [[ProcessingOperation alloc] initWithRequest:request 

        [downloadOperation start];

asked 25 Sep '13, 14:41

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Some Dev

edited 30 Sep '13, 23:10

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Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

Could you please let us know if the issue could be reproduced with the initial sample code?

(30 Sep '13, 23:12) Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

I have the same probleme can somone help me and tell me what is the solution please

(10 Sep '15, 14:05) Fares

hi i am bloqued please i need help

(12 Sep '15, 14:02) Fares

Fares, according to our database you successfully processed some images yesterday. Please specify if the issue is still actual.

If so, please send to CloudOCRSDK@abbyy.com the following information:

1) Does the issue occur with our standard sample http://ocrsdk.com/documentation/code-samples/? In case the issue is not reproduced on the standard sample, please send your source code.

2) Send us the logs from any HTTP debugger, such as Fiddler (you can download it from www.fiddler2.com) or any of its analogue.

(15 Sep '15, 13:44) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦
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