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UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts

v1.11.0

Release Date: 1 October 2021

New Features and Improvements

The ClassificationResult class has received new methods, Serialize and Deserialize, meant to help you serialize and deserialize the classification output.

New methods, FlattenFields and GetFields, have also been added to the ExtractionResult class meant to help you filter the fields based on the given condition.

The UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts package has been upgraded to .NET5. While both .NET versions continue to be supported, the .NET5 projects can only work on 64-bit architectures.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue related to Validation Station that was causing unexpected number formatting when reading the derived parts value.

v1.10.1

Release Date: 23 March 2021

Improvements

Added the ExtractionResult.AsDataSet(bool includeConfidence, bool includeOcrConfidence) method that can be used to export an ExtractionResult to a DataSet while optionally including the OCR Confidence of the values.

Fixed backwards compatibility with UiPath.IntelligentOCR.Activities versions lower than 4.11.0.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with missing API documentation.

v1.9.1

Release Date: 10 November 2020

Bug Fixes

  • Public types exported by the DocumentProcessing.Contracts assembly are now XML serializable.

v1.9.0

Release Date: 2 October 2020

New Features and Improvements

Value extraction null (empty) is allowed for data extraction fields with no reference, document classifications with no reference, and values created by the used in Validation Station with no reference.

Added support for custom extractor payload in ExtractionResults.

Added support for field-level metadata in Taxonomy.

v1.6.1

Release Date: 4 May 2020

New Features and Improvements

A new property named VisualLineNumber has been added to the public class Word indicating on which visual line is the word placed. This can be found under the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts.Dom namespace.

A new extension method named GetVisualTextProjection has been added to the Document class, allowing you to access a visual arrangement of the words. This can be found under the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts.Dom namespace.

v1.4.0

Release Date: 6 November 2019

New Features and Improvements

A new property is available in the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts pack under the name of OperatorConfirmed. This comes as a support for the newly improved Validation Station wizard.

v1.3.0

Release Date: 23 September 2019

New Features and Improvements

This release brings a new feature for the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts pack .
The public class Word received an addition to the word horizontal boxes and now supports polygon information at word level.

v1.2.0

Release Date: 19 June 2019

New Features and Improvements

New public interfaces and abstract classes are now available, for the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts.Training pack. With these new additions you can use the exact needed interface or abstract class for the extractors and classifiers activities.

v1.1.0

Release Date: 21 May 2019

New Features and Improvements

Several new static methods are now available in the UiPath.DocumentProcessing.Contracts assembly, which generate ResultsDerivedField[] collections, that can derive multiple fields from existing results, enabling their usage in the ResultsValue() constructor.

v1.0.0

Release Date: 22 April 2019

New Features and Improvements

Our first iteration of the Document Processing Contracts pack enables you to integrate your own data extraction and classifier activities with the IntelligentOCR activities. This means that you can easily integrate your own document processing algorithms into the UiPath infrastructure, by referencing the contracts provided in this pack and implementing your own classifiers and extractors into your workflows.

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