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GroupDocs.Parser Cloud for Java is a wrapper around document data extraction REST API to parse over 50 document types. Parsing documents with predefined templates is one of the most valuable features of GroupDocs.Parser Cloud API. It is very simple and easy to define templates and extract data from invoices or other kinds of typical documents. The API provides methods to extract images, extract text and metadata from almost all of the most common file formats. Along with the regular documents, you can use the supported features on password protected files and containers like ZIP archives, OST/PST mail data files, eBooks, markups, and PDF portfolios in your Java applications.
An overview of the features supported by the document parser Cloud API.
Document parser Cloud API supported formats.
Supported Operating Systems and Frameworks
Check our Cloud SDKs for Java at GitHub if you are looking for the source code to parse files in the Cloud.
You can try GroupDocs.Parser Low-Code Java APIs without any limitations.
GroupDocs.Parser Cloud is also available as Docker image which can be used to self-host the service. Or you may build your own services using GroupDocs.Parser High-code APIs which currently drive both our Free Apps and REST APIs.
GroupDocs.Parser Cloud API, provides several ways to extract images from the documents. You can extract all the images from the whole document, extract images from the specific pages by setting pages range. Following example shows how to extract images from a document inside a container.
// Get AppKey and AppSID from https://dashboard.groupdocs.cloud String MyAppKey = ""; String MyAppSid = ""; Configuration configuration = new Configuration(MyAppSid, MyAppKey); ParseApi apiInstance = new ParseApi(configuration); FileInfo fileInfo = new FileInfo(); fileInfo.setFilePath("pdf/PDF with attachments.pdf"); fileInfo.setPassword("password"); ContainerItemInfo containerItemInfo = new ContainerItemInfo(); containerItemInfo.setRelativePath("template-document.pdf"); ImagesOptions options = new ImagesOptions(); options.setFileInfo(fileInfo); options.setContainerItemInfo(containerItemInfo); ImagesRequest request = new ImagesRequest(options); ImagesResult response = apiInstance.images(request); // For complete examples and data files, visit https://github.com/groupdocs-parser-cloud/groupdocs-parser-cloud-java-samples