25.3 Batch Design
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25.1  Batch Code 
25.2  Sample Files 
25.3 Batch Design 
25.4 Execution Code 
25.5 API 
25.6 Implementation 
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25.3   Batch Design

This section will explain how the Batch code is used.

    (1) Create an application using the ImageFinder;

    (2) Save the setting to a batch code with the following commands:


        Batch/Save 2

        Batch/Save 3

        Batch/Save 4

        Batch/Save 5

        You might find the following online note useful in helping you remember what you saved into these 5 batch files:


    (3) Later, you can open the Batch file with the following commands:


        Batch/Open 2

        Batch/Open 3

        Batch/Open 4

        Batch/Open 5

    (4) To load the parameter without running, click:


    (5) To load the parameter and run, click:


The Batch/Save command saves the following information:

  •    Filter selection and their Parameter settings;
  •    The signature file, which contains the signatures from images.


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