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  • Latest Post - ‏2015-06-04T14:36:58Z by guravswapnil2005
guravswapnil2005
guravswapnil2005
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Pinned topic MICR code recognition from Cheque

‏2015-06-02T14:34:41Z | 9.0 datacap micr

We need to extract MICR code from cheque (which is located I bottom).

For recognition of MICR code, I have selected "Filling Type" as "Magnatic Ink" in Zones->OCR/S-> Properties

However, the MICR code getting is not getting recognized properly. There is some pattern of dots at start and end of MICR which is getting recognized as number.

Actually these are used for demarcation. Can anyone tell me about filtering out these patterns? Is there any setting? or any filter available in Datacap?

 

Attached is the sample image.

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  • geethajini
    geethajini
    114 Posts

    Re: MICR code recognition from Cheque

    ‏2015-06-03T05:36:00Z  

    Hi Swapnil,

    MICR codes can be recognized using RecognizeFieldICR_C() action from icr_c actions library.

    We need to give proper settings in zones tab for the field like selecting proper MICR font say, E13B

    Please check the documentation given in below path.

    ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/data/content-management/datacap/TM76Docs/DatacapStudio/ICRCActionsGuide.pdf

    thanks,

    Geetha

  • guravswapnil2005
    guravswapnil2005
    6 Posts

    Re: MICR code recognition from Cheque

    ‏2015-06-04T14:36:58Z  

    Hi Swapnil,

    MICR codes can be recognized using RecognizeFieldICR_C() action from icr_c actions library.

    We need to give proper settings in zones tab for the field like selecting proper MICR font say, E13B

    Please check the documentation given in below path.

    ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/data/content-management/datacap/TM76Docs/DatacapStudio/ICRCActionsGuide.pdf

    thanks,

    Geetha

    Thanks Geetha