I refer the API sample(Processing Multiple Documents in One Batch) from development guide to develop a web service tool.
But, the different is I use advanced workflow instead of unattended like below:
In the project setup station or admin console, I can find the batch or task is running and enter the verification stage(state is display waiting).
But I can't get any task in queue when I open the verification station as senior verification operator.
I use the windows authentication with the same user both in web service and station, It seems no permission problem. Besides, use OpenSession with parameter (12,10)/(6,3).
Is there anything wrong or web service only can get verification task by itself?
Thanks in advance.
I want to add to this. I believe that I am having the same problem. I can create batches using web services, but when I do I cannot see the batches in Verification (thick or thin client) as a task - they don't show up in the Queue. I can only see the batch in Verification in "Batch" view, not in the "Queue" view. I would like to solve this problem too.
I had to use Hot Folders to import to get the documents to view in a queue. I would like to create batches in FC from the web services.
I tried many different parameters for "OpenSession" as well - I could not find a combination that corrected this problem.
I am on FC 12 R2.
I am currently working on creating task to see if that solves the problem. No luck so far.
I can tell you that I ran Fiddler and opened up Web Scanning and ran a trace while uploading a document. If I use web scanning I can see the tasks in Queues. Web scanning seems to use these same web service methods. According to Fiddler, it did so in the following order:
I noticed that web scanning never uses "AddNewImage()". I think you are working from the same example that I am. I think we are both trying to solve the same problem.
Could you please make sure that the "allow web station" check mark is enabled?
Yes, this is enabled. If I create a batch using Scan Station, I can view the tasks just fine. If I create the batch in the above way using API web methods, I cannot see the tasks.
Ivan, did you ever get a resolution to this?
Unfortunately, I still have the same problem and wait for response from Ekaterina or others.
Ivan, I might have a resolution for you, thanks to a couple friends at ABBYY. For me this turned out to be the ownerId in the AddNewBatch method. The ownerId needs to be set to 0. I was setting it to the current logged in user. Once I set this to 0 (zero) the batches started showing up as tasks in Queues view.
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