IDAutomation ASP Linear Server Control Documentation

LinearBarcode.Symbologies Enumeration

The symbologies that are available to be encoded into the barcode.

Note   For more information on a particular symbology, please visit http://www.idautomation.com/fonts

public enum LinearBarcode.Symbologies

Members

Member Name Description
Codabar A numeric barcode encoding numbers with a slightly higher density than Code 39.
Code11 A high density numeric barcode used mostly in labeling telecommunications components.
Code128 Alpha-numeric barcode with three character sets. Our Code 128 barcode fonts allow you to print characters for Code 128, UCC-128, EAN-128, SSCC-18 and SCC-14 specifications.
Code39 An alpha-numeric barcode, sometimes referred to as the 3 of 9 Code and LOGMARS Code.
Code39Ext The Code 39 symbology with extended character sets (ascii characters) not available in the regular Code 39 symbology.
Code93 Similar to Code 39, but requires two checksum characters.
Code93Ext The code 93 symbology with extended character sets (ascii characters) not available in the regular Code 93 symbology.
Ean13 The European Article Numbering System (EAN) is a superset of U.P.C.; EAN-13 consists of 13 numbers.
Ean8 The European Article Numbering System (EAN) is a superset of U.P.C.; EAN-8 consists of 8 numbers.
Ind25 An older numeric barcode encoding numbers only.
Interleaved25 The Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode symbology is a numeric only barcode used for interleaving pairs of numbers in a high density barcode format.
Mat25 The Mat25 barcode is a seldom used, numeric only barcode.
MSI The MSI Plessey barcode was designed in the 1970s by the Plessey Company in England and has been used primarily in libraries and retail applications.
IntelligentMail USPS Intelligent Mail Symbology, also known as OneCode.
Postnet The POSTNET (POSTal Numeric Encoding Technique) barcode is a special barcode developed by the US Post Office to encode zip code information.
Planet Confirm is a new standard from the U.S. Postal Service that uses a special barcode called PLANET to track letter-size mail electronically.
Telepen A Barcode symbology designed in 1972 in the UK to express all 128 ASCII characters without using shift characters for code switching, unlike Code 128, while only using two different widths for bars and spaces.
UPCa Universal Product Code (UPC) barcode is used in the retail industry. UPC-A consists of 12 numbers.
UPCe UPC-E consists of 12 numbers that are compressed into 8 numbers for small packages.
UCC128 This is a data standard of the Code128 Symbology. The required FNC1 character will be added to the beginning of the data if it is not already present.

Requirements

Namespace: IDAutomation.LinearServerControl

Assembly: IDAutomation.LinearServerControl (in IDAutomation.LinearServerControl.dll)

See Also

IDAutomation.LinearServerControl Namespace