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micuentadecasa
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Form processing - Access model programatically

Dear all,

 

Is there a way of accessing programatically the model created with the Form processing in AI Builder, for example with C# or with Python from outside Azure?

 

Regards.

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v-yutliu-msft
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Hi @micuentadecasa ,

I'm afraid it's not supported to make this currently in PowerApps.

For now, you could only train AI model in PowerApps.

The code inside the model is not open.

You could only view the model result.

Our AI builder is still in progress of preview, many functions have not been supported.

I believe someday this function will come. 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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v-yutliu-msft
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Community Support

Hi @micuentadecasa ,

I'm afraid it's not supported to make this currently in PowerApps.

For now, you could only train AI model in PowerApps.

The code inside the model is not open.

You could only view the model result.

Our AI builder is still in progress of preview, many functions have not been supported.

I believe someday this function will come. 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Thanks Phoebe

Hi @micuentadecasa,

 

You can use your Form Processing model in a flow in Power Automate: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ai-builder/form-processing-model-in-flow You could then leverage the HTTP trigger to call it from another service.

thanks for the information, I was thinking that maybe I can concatenate different processes; is it possible to pass the original document as part of the output? ; because if it is possible, I can pass the document through multiple AI models, and in the last step send all the data to a script, please see below my idea:

 

- first step - I pass a document-pdf to the first AI model and the output should be a json with the data found by the model and the document itself (encoded in the json)

- second and next steps - they add the data that each step find, and the original document in json

- last step - it gets all the data and execute a script to consolidate all the data

Hi @micuentadecasa,

 

Yes, I'd encourage you to try out orchestrating your process with Power Automate where you can run various models and then retrieve all the outputs from all the models at the end. 

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