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BarcodeDocumentProcessor Configuration File
All settings of the program are specified in the configuration file (config.xml). You can specify the path to the file in the command line. For example

BarcodeDocumentProcessor /config:"c:\config.xml"

If you specify no name in the command line, the program will search the folder where it is located for the file config.xml.

The configuration file is an XML file (see example).

Barcode Images Decoder. Configuration File.


It has the following nodes.



//activemode
The mode to process documents in.

See:
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3

Possible Values
1, 2, 3, ...
Example
<activemode>2</activemode>
//startOptions/minimized
Once launched, the program will be minimized to the tray.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<minimized>no</minimized>
//startOptions/procAfterStart
Start processing right after the program is launched.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<procAfterStart>no</procAfterStart>
//startOptions/closeAfterProc
Close the program after processing is over.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<closeAfterProc>no</closeAfterProc>
//startOptions/showWindow
Show the program window or not.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<showWindow>yes</showWindow>
//source/dir
The source folder where the image files to be decoded and processed are located.

Possible Values
directory path
Example
<dir>c:\BarcodeProcessing\Source\</dir>
//source/filemask
The mask for selecting files.

Possible Values
File name, which can include wildcard characters, for example, an asterisk (*) or a question mark (?).
Example
<filemask>*.*</filemask>
//source/delete
Delete source files once they are processed. A file will be deleted only if it will be successfully saved in the destination folder.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<delete>yes</delete>
//source/watchSource
The interval (in seconds) the source folder should be checked at. If a file appears in the source folder, it will be processed. If it is set to 0, the source folder is not monitored.

Possible Values
interval in seconds
Example
<watchSource>0</watchSource>
or
<watchSource>10</watchSource>
//destination/dir
The destination folder files will be saved to after they are processed.

Possible Values
directory path
Example
<dir>c:\BarcodeProcessing\Dest\</dir>
//destination/fileFormat
The image format the destination file should be saved in. If it is empty, the source file format is used. If the destination file consists of multiple pages, it is always saved in the tiff format.

Possible Values
bmp, jpeg, jpg, gif, tiff, tif, png or empty
Example
<fileFormat></fileFormat>
or
<fileFormat>jpg</fileFormat>
or
<fileFormat>gif</fileFormat>
or
etc.
//log/saveLog
Save the log file or not.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<saveLog>yes</saveLog>
//log/fileName
The full name of the log file (including the path).

Possible Values
full file name
Example
<fileName>c:\BarcodeProcessing\Log\log_20080511.txt</fileName>
//log/fieldSeparator
The character separating values in the log file.

Possible Values
any char
Example
<fieldSeparator>;</fieldSeparator>
//errDir
The path to the error folder. Files with errors that have not been decoded will be saved to this folder.

Possible Values
directory path
Example
<errDir>c:\BarcodeProcessing\Error\</errDir>
//fileWithoutBarcode/action
What to do with a file that contains no barcode.

Possible Values
dest - move the file to the destination folder
error - move the file to the error folder
delete delete the file from the source folder
nothing do nothing with the file
Example
<action>error</action>
//fileWithoutBarcode/replaceExisting
If the destination or error folder already contains a file with no barcode that has the same name, this parameter determines whether this file should be replaced or a sequence number should be added to its name.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<replaceExisting>no</replaceExisting>
//fileWithBarcode/replaceExisting
Similar to the previous parameter, but it is applied to files successfully processed and saved to the destination folder.

Possible Values
yes, no
Example
<replaceExisting>no</replaceExisting>
//fileSequenceSeparator
The character that will be added before the sequence number.

For example,
d829.jpg
d829_1.jpg
d829_2.jpg
d829_3.jpg
etc.

Possible Values
char
Example
<fileSequenceSeparator>_</fileSequenceSeparator>
//barcodeParameters/barcodeTypes
The enumeration of barcode symbologies that should be decoded. Symbologies must be separated by the ; character.

Possible Values
Code128, Code39, Interleaved25, Industrial25, EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A, UPC-E, Codabar, Code11, PDF417, Linear-Undec, PDF417-Undec
Example
<barcodeTypes>Code128;Code39;Interleaved25;Industrial25;EAN-13;EAN-8;UPC-A;UPC-E;Codabar;</barcodeTypes>
//barcodeParameters/filter/regex
It contains regular expressions the barcode should correspond to. The barcode must correspond to any of these expressions. If the /filter node is empty, no barcodes are verified. If a barcode does not correspond to any of the regular expressions, it is considered as unrecognized.

Possible Values
regular expression
Example
<filter>
  <regex>\d{3}-\d{3}-\d{4}</regex>
  <regex>FH\d{3}-\d{3}-\d{4,6}</regex>
</filter>
That the barcode must be like 701-151-1409, FH104-151-04001, FH987-151-040012, etc.

<filter>
  <regex>.*</regex>
</filter>
or
<filter>
</filter>
means any barcode
//barcodeParameters/barcodeLinearUndec
The name that a file with an unrecognized barcode will have. Our barcode decoding SDK allows you to detect barcodes that are similar to a barcode, but that have not been recognized for some reason.

Possible Values
file name
Example
<barcodeLinearUndec>Undecoded</barcodeLinearUndec>
//barcodeParameters/LinearFindBarcodesOnPage
How many barcodes to search for on each page.

Possible Values
1, 2, 3, ...
Example
<LinearFindBarcodesOnPage>1</LinearFindBarcodesOnPage>
 

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