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I need to process an image and get output in several formats, e.g. TXT, XML, PDF. Even more: is it worth to consider using ZIP archive including all output files.

asked 18 Dec '12, 15:21

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edited 14 Feb '13, 12:14


Implemented.

It is now possible to specify up to 3 comma-separated export formats as arguments to processImage and processDocument.

E.g.:

[HTTP POST] processImage?language=Spanish,English&exportFormat=pdfSearchable,xml

Upon task completion, server xml response will contain resultUrl attribute for first export format, resultUrl2 attribute for the second, and resultUrl3 for the third.

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answered 18 Dec '12, 15:35

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edited 14 Feb '13, 12:13

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