Capturing table data in FlexiLayout - border lines affecting data capture

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Melisa Uy posted this 05 November 2018



In my document, I need to capture this payment table on a document.

In flexi layout, I created TABLE and it is able to correctly detect the 2 columns (Due Date and Amount) which I have specified.


However, when I process this document, I find that the captured data are not accurate because of the table border lines. Is it possible to fix this? I also tried to detect a text block (i specified a fixed coordinate and it is also returning garbage data)


I attached -> sample table, table in flexi layout, and the data capture on Verification stage


Any ideas?

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Melisa Uy posted this 09 November 2018


I also tried changing the marking type.

1) Go to Project Setup Station

2) Edit Document Definition

3) Right click "Field" > Properties

4) Go to Recognition tab > Marking type


It also did not help, I am still getting garbage data.


Any ideas? Or is it data issue already?

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Ekaterina posted this 16 November 2018


Could you please send us your sample images, FLS and FC projects?

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Melisa Uy posted this 16 November 2018

Hi Ekaterina,

I shared it in my google drive ->


Thanks heaps ya!

Ekaterina posted this 21 November 2018


Thank you for the images. Unfortunately there are not any values in the Due Date and Amount columns in the payment table. All lines in the table are captured well by repeating group.

Melisa Uy posted this 21 November 2018

oh sorry about that.


attaching another pdf and image

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Ekaterina posted this 03 December 2018


We have tried to capture values from your table but found that the quality of your images too low. Note that we recommend to use images with 300 dpi.

Please connect to your regional support to find the workaround for this case

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Melisa Uy posted this 03 December 2018



So the issue is not with the border lines ? Noted on that Ekaterina . Thanks!