ABBYY FineReader Server: Installation in Docker Containers

This video shows how to install ABBYY FineReader Server in Docker containers.

 

Find Docker files in the attachment. 

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    Swedeninmedia

    Hello,

    I got a hard drive crash and had to reinstall purchased software but despite 2 license numbers I attach below, it is not possible to make these work. Can you help me.'

    Product key

     

    FPES-****

     

    Also

    SP01U-NOR01-11922-66584-83322

     

    I await your support assistance

     

    Regards

     

    Sven      swedeninmedia@bahnhof.se

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    Victoria Dvornikova

    Hello Swen, 

    I have created a support ticket based on your comment here. Please await a reply from our Customer Support team.

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    Francisco Morales

    Hi, the link "Docker" isn't working correctly (we get and "internal server error"). Could you provide a working link?

    Thanks

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    M. Star

    Hi Victoria,

    Thanks for the detailed instructions. I've tried to modify the script as I only want to dockerize the FeatureProcessingStation & FeatureOfficeFiles since we've already got the server running on bare metal and would like to experiment with a processing station running on Azure. Unfortunately the adjustments I made were invalid and the script doesn't complete. A processing station doesn't require a license so I stripped out all the commands related to that part and I'm also unsure what AOO does as I can't find a reference to it. Would you be so kind to explain whether or not it's possible to create an image of the processing station and what files and commands I'd need to modify in order to get this up and running?

    Thanks!

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    Anton Vakhtel

    M. Star Hi,

    There is currently no supported configuration to dockerize only the Processing Station. You can create a support ticket with a Feature Request, and the ABBYY Customer Support Team will take a look at it and discuss it with the Development Team. Please refer to the following Knowledge Base article on how to create a ticket: ABBYY Customer Support Handbook: registering and submitting a support request – Help Center.

    Best regards,

    Anton

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    M. Star

    Hi Anton, I actually found the correct answer in the readme PDF that comes with the docker.zip. Instead of running all.build.ps1 I just needed to run station.build.ps1, which creates an image of the processing station with office file support as intended.

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