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Hello Blue Devil,
we have tried to implement the suggested best practices but unfortunately, we were not able to make the recognition of text zones in our document.
Based a tutorial for application creation, we followed the same steps, and by pure coincidence, the recognition process worked for us without any image enhancements.
The only difference that exists between what we were doing and what the tutorial is the fingerprints configuration.
To make the recognition work we have to run our test, and in the phase of page identification we have to pause the test and go to fingerprints configuration and make a refresh. Once it's done, the new scanned image is loaded as new fingerprint but without any zones on it. So, if we redefine our zone in that new fingerprint, and resume the test, the recognition work successfully.
This configuration work of course that when we enable the "Learn new Fingerprints " option at the "Page Identification" ruleset.
We tested this configuration for deferent images with different resolutions, the recognition always works.
At this stage we concluded the following:
We note that in order to configure fingerprints for our application, we :
Could you please advise on this issue?
The FingerPrint has it's own algorithm. If it matches certain percentage that it will match the FP. You can see it in your RRS log. If it can't find the FP, it will create a new FP. Best to review the native TravelDoc application on how it detect the three page types. It will have the answer to your FP class to the page type. But yes that is how it's done normally.Here is the application development to how to create the traveldoc application.