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1. ASP.NET Barcode Server Control
2. 2D Barcode Scanner & Verifier
Updated Support Issues and Technical FAQ:
3. How to install TrueType Barcode Fonts on MAC OS X
4. Out of memory errors on Windows XP with ActiveX Control
5. Barcode Applets now work with Internet Explorer
6. Affiliate Program
integrate dynamic barcodes into ASP.NET Web Applications with our new Linear
ASP.NET Barcode Server Control. The 100% managed code control creates dynamic
JPEG images that are compatible with all web browsers. Because it is a server
based solution, no additional software or fonts need to be installed at the
client. Barcodes on WebPages can be used automate several online tasks that
involve something that is printed from a browser such as online tickets, coupons,
name badges, invoices, registrations, rebate mailers, check-in confirmations,
RMA packing slips and gift certificates. More information and the fully functional
evaluation version of the control is available here:
If you are interested in creating barcodes on the web and you do not want to use ASP.NET as a development environment, we have a few other server based solutions to offer:
ASP Barcode Server Component for IIS - a COM based server component
for implementing barcodes on the internet.
Java Barcode Servlet - a Java server component that operates on any
operating system with a Java Virtual Machine.
The HHP IT4410 Image Reader we resell now features a Two-dimensional Print
Quality Assessment tool which is used to verify 2D barcodes. This is not full
ISO 2D verification, however, it allows users to check the quality of the 2D
bar code symbols by (1) identifying a successfully read symbol and (2) reporting
graded measurement parameters obtained from the symbol. More information and
order links are located at:
For our Macintosh users that are upgrading to OS X, we have added installation
procedures. The new operating system simplifies TrueType font installation and
makes use of Windows TrueType fonts. The new procedures are located here:
We have issued an update to our Linear ActiveX Control and DLL product that
solves a problem where “out of memory” errors occur after creating about 30,000
or more barcodes in a short amount of time on Windows XP. The update was released
October 30th, 2002 and updated on December 12, 2002. Details of the update are
If you use this product and have not received your update since that date, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your order ID so we can provide you with a download link.
For some time now Internet Explorer contained a bug that would not allow
applets to be printed. IE 6 with SP1 installed solves this problem. Creating
barcodes with applets is an easy way to implement barcodes on WebPages if your
clients have a compatible web browser. We have documented more information about
Are you interested in referring customers to our products? When you join
our Affiliate Program, all you have to do is link to our website with a small
write-up about our products or company. Then when a customer clicks on this
link to our site, you "own" that customer. If they purchase any of our products
within two months you will get a 20% commission for the product sold.
Even if the customer comes back in the future and orders the product from a completely different website, the original affiliate is still given credit for the order.
Signing up is easy and free, with no obligation. You may visit our Affiliate Program Site for more information:
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Issue Date: December 2002. Please visit links for current product
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