Dataquick.pdf

Highlights

- PDF Forclosure Detail Report

- Flat (non-hierarchical) report with extra text in the header and footer of each page

- When working with templates, TextConverter creates, connects, and labels the input and output dictionaries

- Templates set types and formats for each field

location:  InstallDir/Samples/TextConverter/Automatic Mode/dataquick.pdf

project file:  InstallDir/Samples/TextConverter/Automatic Mode/1 Without script/1 LoadInput.ConverterX


1. Clear the project by pressing the New button () in the tool bar or by selecting "New" from the "File" menu.

2. Make sure the "Open file as" option is set to "PDF".

Open the "dataquick.pdf" input Pdf file. (See loading an input text file for details.)


Input and output dictionaries are populated automatically. You can see that input and output field names are automatically labeled from the input data file.

3. Now, let us assume that you have a collection of many of these same files each containing data from a different time periods and you wish to fully train TextConverter's artificial intelligence template so that files you receive in the future are extracted and transformed correctly.

Change the "Learning" option from "Initial" to "Continuous"

Open each additional file of the same type.  (See loading an input text file for details.)

Save the project file. This will save the AI template behind the scenes.

Note: If you accidentally open a file that is not of the same type, this can have a serious adverse effect on the AI training. In such an event, it is best to create a new project and repeat the training.

4.  Once you have fully trained the AI template you are ready to extract, transform, and load your data.  Select the output database table and click Run () to start the conversion.

Go to 1.1 Products for more training.

Related Sections

TextConverter's Concept

Setting up a Conversion: Step-by-Step

Samples and Walkthroughs

User Interface

Scripting

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