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I am looking for recommendations for an sdk to use to incorporate OCR functionality into our software. Basically I would like to be able to update records in our SQLA 12 database using text read from a PDF using OCR.

We currently program the application in Delphi, but C++ or ActiveX components can be imported.

Any thoughts or recommendations are appreciated.

asked 18 Dec '12, 20:55

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edited 18 Dec '12, 20:56


offtopic, but the best OCR in the world is abbyy finereader, look at enterprise editions

http://www.abbyy.com/recognition_server/

http://www.abbyy.com/ocr_sdk/

permanent link

answered 19 Dec '12, 05:23

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edited 19 Dec '12, 05:26

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plus ABBYY-as-a-service, 10 cents a page max: http://ocrsdk.com/

(19 Dec '12, 07:46) Breck Carter
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