get_data_code_2d_objects — Access iconic objects that were created during the search for 2D data code symbols.
The operator get_data_code_2d_objects facilitates to access iconic objects that were created during the last call of find_data_code_2d while searching and reading the 2D data code symbols. Besides the name of the object (ObjectName), the 2D data code model (DataCodeHandle) must be passed to get_data_code_2d_objects. In addition, in CandidateHandle a handle of a result or candidate structure or a string identifying a group of candidates (see get_data_code_2d_results) must be passed. These handles are returned by find_data_code_2d for all successfully decoded symbols and by get_data_code_2d_results for a group of candidates. If these operators return several handles in a tuple, the individual handles can be accessed by normal tuple operations.
If 'discard_undecoded_candidates' was set to 'yes' with set_data_code_2d_param, only results of successfully decoded candidates can be accessed.
Some objects are not accessible without setting the model parameter 'persistence' to 1 (see set_data_code_2d_param). The persistence must be set before calling find_data_code_2d, either while creating the model with create_data_code_2d_model or with set_data_code_2d_param.
Currently, the following iconic objects can be retrieved:
Regions of the modules
All modules that were classified as foreground (set).
All modules that were classified as background (not set).
These region arrays correspond to the areas that were used for the classification. The returned object is a region array. Hence it cannot be requested for a group of candidates. Therefore, a single result handle must be passed in CandidateHandle. The model persistence must be 1 for this object. In addition, requesting the module ROIs makes sense only for symbols that were detected as valid symbols. For other candidates, whose processing was aborted earlier, the module ROIs are not available.
An XLD contour that surrounds the candidate or decoded symbol.
This object can be requested for any group of results or for any single candidate or symbol handle. The persistence setting is of no relevance.
Pyramid image, in which the candidate was found.
Pyramid image, in which the candidate was investigated more closely.
The persistence setting is also not relevant here.
Objects that are created as intermediate results during the detection or evaluation of 2D data codes.
Handle of the 2D data code model.
Handle of the 2D data code candidate or name of a group of candidates for which the iconic data is requested.
Default value: 'all_candidates'
Suggested values: 0, 1, 2, 'all_candidates', 'all_results', 'all_undecoded', 'all_aborted'
Name of the iconic object to return.
Default value: 'candidate_xld'
List of values: 'candidate_xld', 'module_0_rois', 'module_1_rois', 'process_image', 'search_image'
* Example demonstrating how to access the iconic objects of the data code * search. * Create a model for reading Data matrix ECC 200 codes create_data_code_2d_model ('Data Matrix ECC 200', , , DataCodeHandle) * Read an image read_image (Image, 'datacode/ecc200/ecc200_cpu_010') * Read the symbol in the image find_data_code_2d (Image, SymbolXLDs, DataCodeHandle, , , \ ResultHandles, DecodedDataStrings) * Get the handles of all candidates that were detected as a symbol but * could not be read get_data_code_2d_results (DataCodeHandle, 'all_undecoded', 'handle', \ HandlesUndecoded) * For every undecoded symbol, get the contour and the classified * module regions for i := 0 to |HandlesUndecoded| - 1 by 1 * Get the contour of the symbol dev_set_color ('blue') get_data_code_2d_objects (SymbolXLD, DataCodeHandle, \ HandlesUndecoded[i], 'candidate_xld') * Get the module regions of the foreground modules dev_set_color ('green') get_data_code_2d_objects (ModuleFG, DataCodeHandle, \ HandlesUndecoded[i], 'module_1_rois') * Get the module regions of the background modules dev_set_color ('red') get_data_code_2d_objects (ModuleBG, DataCodeHandle, \ HandlesUndecoded[i], 'module_0_rois') * Stop for inspecting the image stop () endfor * Clear the model clear_data_code_2d_model (DataCodeHandle)
The operator get_data_code_2d_objects returns the value 2 (H_MSG_TRUE) if the given parameters are correct and the requested objects are available for the last symbol search. Otherwise, an exception is raised.
query_data_code_2d_params, get_data_code_2d_results, get_data_code_2d_param, set_data_code_2d_param