Hi,

I am evaluating how we can upgrade from FR Engine 8.5 to 11. Until now everything looks fine except one thing. I have noticed that our code uses MatchFormTemplate method. I cannot find equivalent method in v11.

Does v11 have equivalent feature?

Thanks, Zeljko

P.S. FlexiCapture is not option since it doesn't have Linux distribution.

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Since the 9.0 version of ABBYY FineReader Engine processing of structured and semi-structured forms is not supported anymore and the MatchFormTemplate method has been removed. Data capture functionality, which was previously offered as the FormReader batch and the FlexiLayout processing add-ons for FineReader Engine 7.x/8.x, is now available through a separate SDK - ABBYY FlexiCapture Engine.

To get the trial version of ABBYY FlexiCapture Engine you can simply fill the following form.

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answered 22 Oct '15, 13:57

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Unfortunately, FlexiCapture Engine does not support Linux.

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answered 22 Oct '15, 16:30

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Thanks Oksana.

FlexiCapture engine supports forms processing, but is there Linux distribution? For us Linux support is very important, since have support for it in current version of our product.

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answered 22 Oct '15, 14:52

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