I am on trial version of ABBYY12 FC distributed.
In one Document Definition I am using 'Custom Assembly script' for merging documents, but there
section created is like 'Document Section 1 ' and each page gets a different section applied. This was not the case in ABBYY11.
Secondly, in ABBYY 11 if we do clear analyzis results and reapply doc def, proper one section is created, the same is an issue in ABBYY12.
Can someone help me ? I need only one section created as 'Document Section 1'.
Without looking at your project, it might be hard to figure out what your issue is. Maybe create a support case and upload your project there. As for the issue of your section looking like Document Section 1 , the "" is because of your section seem to be setup to repeat. Look in the assemble to see if you have the min and max setup for something other than 1.
Hi, thanks for your reply.
See my issue is I am using custom assembling script for merging of documents in FC12.
Documents are getting succesfully merged on some condition/criteria predefined, but issue is after merge multiple sections are getting created for multiple docs.
I need only one section to be created. and mainly since different sections are created for different pages, I am not able to capture anything from other than first page.
All I need is capture data from all page and into one section - Document section 1.
Also, if you could least suggest how to merge the 2 sections created after merging of documents.
If you are only capturing from the first page of a document only, why not just setup setup a layout/section for that one document and have everything else setup up as annex? That would be simpler and no assembly scripting needed.
As for merging a section, you can't do that. You can merge pages in a section, but sections are meant to be separate in a DocDef.
I apologize, maybe I'm still not understanding what you are trying to do. It would probably easier if you created a support case and provide them with your project. They can help you with what you are trying to do.
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