We are doing OCR of PDF and exporting to XML. We are not able to understand how ABBYY is treating the table resides on PDF.

asked 15 Sep '16, 14:13

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Sandip Bhavsar

If you use the documentConversion profile, the tables are detected during the document analysis stage. When you export the recognition result to the xml format, the output is described with the following XML scheme. In this case the recognized text is presented in proper hierarchy: document > page > block > region > etc. And the block tag has the blockType attribute, which denotes the type of the block: Text, Table, Picture, Barcode, Separator, SeparatorsBox.


answered 16 Sep '16, 12:40

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Thanks for your answer Oksana

(20 Sep '16, 13:08) Sandip Bhavsar
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