There are 3 different ways of using IRISPdf Server:
1. IRISPdf Server as an Integrated OCR module into your Document
Simply call the executable of IRISPdf Server in your application with the
filename of the settings-file as parameter and IRISPdf Server is
integrated. An optional parameter to run the application in background
makes it a seamless integration. The settings-file is in plain ASCII and
is easily created by your application on the fly.
2. IRISPdf Server – Batch OCR
Large batches of scanned documents are easily converted into text
documents with a minimal of user intervention. A settings-file, configured
once with the user interface, is loaded each time you process the document
images. It is possible to save and use different settings-files for each
3. IRISPdf Server – Watched folders
You can define as many watched folders as you want to convert incoming
image files into fully searchable an/or editable files. Each folder can
have specific settings as the output file type, the output folder
location, the OCR settings, etc. and each folder can have a priority
level. All the system can be set-up by an administrator that can remotely
control the process of IRISPdf Server from his own computer.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.