Atalasoft DotImage Release Notes 11.2
The release notes give you late-breaking information about Atalasoft DotImage 11.2. Please read
this document carefully, as it contains information that is not included in other Atalasoft DotImage
The build number for Atalasoft DotImage 11.2 is 22.214.171.124.0.224.
The primary source of information about Atalasoft DotImage requirements and dependencies on other products is the Technical Specifications document posted on Atalasoft website. We recommend that you review it carefully, especially if you plan to use Atalasoft DotImage 11.2 with other Atalasoft products.
The following features were added to Atalasoft DotImage in version 11.2.
DotViewer is an installable server-side component for document viewing and web-based scanning that alleviates the need for the customer to build their own handler using .NET coding. This is a new part and is licensed separately. Contact Atalasoft sales for more information.
Barcode recognition improvements
Recognition engine has been improved for the following symbologies:
• Code 39
• Code 128
• Patch Code
Modular Web Document Viewer
Module loaders support has been added to WDV so it can be used as an Asynchronous Module Definition (AMD) or CommonJS module. This feature avoids polluting the global namespace and reduces the risk of conflicting dependencies in the client.
This section contains information about issues that have been resolved in Atalasoft DotImage since the prior release of this product.
License without eVRS: results differ between Windows and macOS
When a product license without eVRS is used, the result when importing an image or scanning
on a Windows operating system differed from the result on a macOS:
• Windows: An onScanError event was not called and the onScanCompleted event showed a valid error, "VRS license is missing or invalid," and returned success: false.
• macOS: An onScanError event was called with a valid error, "VRS license is missing or invalid." Also, the onScanCompleted event showed that the operation succeeded and returned success: true.
Multiple page selection issue with Chrome or Firefox on macOS
While using the Chrome of Firefox browsers in a macOS environment, you could not select multiple pages by holding down the Ctrl key.
Unexpected result if ConvertIncompatiblePagesToImages set to True
If the value for ConvertIncompatiblePagesToImages was set to true, PdfARenderer was not
able to create PdfA documents, even though the initial page contained Type 1 fonts with custom encoding.
Transparency prevents compliance with PDF/A-1b
When transparency was used, a PDF file was not compliant with the PDF/A-1b standard.
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