Hi,

Actually we want to pass amazon s3 url - how will we able to do that. Currently its not accepting that.

asked 13 Jan '16, 16:01

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All actual processing methods are suitable for the images that are loaded from the computer directly. We have a method for processing the images that are located on a remote server, it is still in beta-testing. We will send you the information about it by e-mail.

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answered 14 Jan '16, 15:49

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hi, does this feature avliabile on the flexicapture engine 11? thanks

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answered 19 May '16, 14:39

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By default, in FlexiCapture Engine string references to templates, images, etc. are interpreted as references to files in the file system. However, it is possible to define your own reference resolution mechanism (IReferenceManager) which will resolve references either as a path to a file in the local file system or as the binary representation of the requested object in the form of a stream in memory. For more detailed information please review the Developer’s Help file > Guided Tour > Advanced Techniques > Custom Resolution of References.

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