Streaming Barcode Server for IIS
barcode streaming generation capability to Microsoft Internet Information Server
barcodes into webpages and applications that can display a dynamic URL such as ASP.NET,
PHP, SharePoint, Crystal Reports, FileMaker and more.
- Barcode generation is server-side, fast and efficient without
any temp files generated on the server.
- Image specified as URL allows use from many operating systems and
- Easily install by copying 3 files to the
virtual directory or IIS application where barcodes are needed.
- Barcode Streaming functionality provided is also available as an annual
subscription with the IDAutomation
SaaS Barcode Generator
- Supports generation of barcodes such as Code 128, Code 39, Intelligent Mail,
UPC, Data Matrix, PDF417, QR Code, Aztec and much more.
- Licenses from $595 with 30-day complimentary
Priority Support &
This server-side component adds barcode streaming generation capability to Microsoft
Internet Information Server (IIS) to ASP, ASP.NET web pages and other
applications plus development environments that can display a dynamic
URL, including reporting software such as Microsoft SharePoint, Crystal Reports,
FileMaker and Microsoft IIS.
Once installed, server-side barcode images are generated on the server
in memory and streamed to the client without saving any temp files on
the server. This implementation is compatible with all web browsers and
is easy to embed in HTML or ASP scripts as an image with the
<IMG> tag. Because the barcode image is retrieved
from a URL, the ASP Barcode Component for IIS is compatible with many other development environments
and operating systems. The following source code example demonstrates
a simple method used to create dynamic barcodes within an ASP script:
<P>This web page uses ASP code to create a secure barcode.</P>
<% @ LANGUAGE = VBScript %>
<% BarcodeData = "123456789012" %>
<P><img src="<%="IDAutomationStreamingLinear.aspx?Barcode=" & BarcodeData %>"</P>
Compatibility||All applications and web browsers
that retrieve a URL to display an image.|
|Server OS||Microsoft Windows Server 2000 and
product has been tested on Windows Server 2000 and both 32 and 64 bit versions
of the following: Windows
Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, Windows XP and Windows 7.|
|.NET Framework ||.NET Framework
1.1 or greater including 2.0.50272 and 4.0.30319.|
|IIS Compatibility||IIS 5.0 and
above including 6.0, 7, 7.5 and 8.0.|
|Minimum System Requirements||500 MHZ Processor, 512 MB RAM, 5
MB Available hard drive space.|
|Intended Implementer||Web designers and developers.
|Linear Symbology Compatibility||Code 39, Extended Code 39, Code
128 (with character sets A, B and C), GS1-128 (aka:
UCC/EAN-128), USS-128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Codabar,
NW7, UPC-A, UPC-E, MSI, EAN-8, EAN-13, Code 11,
Code 93, Industrial 2 of 5, ITF, USPS Intelligent
Mail, PLANET and POSTNET.|
|GS1 DataBar Compatibility||ITS (International Technical Standard)
GS1 DataBar Specification. GS1 DataBar, Stacked,
Truncated, Stacked Omni-directional, Limited, Expanded,
Expanded Stacked Omni-directional, Composite Components,
PDF417, MicroPDF417, UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8,
GS1-128 and Code 128.|
|Aztec Compatibility||Aztec matrix generation with automatic
mode selection and GS1 compatibility. AIM Specification
ANSI/AIM BC13 ISS Aztec Code.|
|Data Matrix Compatibility||Data Matrix with ECC200 error correction.
Encoding modes of Text, ASCII, C40 and Base256 (byte)
encoding are supported. AIM Specification ISS Data
|MaxiCode Compatibility||MaxiCode with support for modes
2-6. AIM Specification ISS MaxiCode.|
|PDF417 Compatibility||PDF417 with text and base256 (byte)
encoding. AIM Specification USS PDF417.|
|QR-Code Compatibility||QR Code 2005 and ISO/IEC 18004:2006
with byte, text and numeric encoding.|
|"Your barcode toolkit is more flexible
than other toolkits on the market. I am building a new product
line into my document imaging product and part of the features
includes displaying a barcode on a web form. It took me
less than 15 minutes to integrate with my solution."
- Bryant Cobarrubias, DocEdge, Inc., Bensenville, IL
- Easy-to-Install: Copy three (3) files to the
virtual directory where barcodes are needed.
HTML may be used to include barcodes in a web page with the <IMG>
tag. Parameters in the IMG tag determine what is encoded in the
- Fast and Efficient: No temp files are created on
the server as the IIS barcode image is sent directly to
the browser as a base-256 binary stream which results in greater
performance. Run-time write access to the server is not required.
With All Browsers: Because the barcode image is
generated on the server, it is compatible with all web browsers
that can view GIF or JPEG images including early versions of Internet
Explorer, Mozilla and Netscape.
- Flexible: Properties may be set with parameters
in the URL such as the symbology type, orientation, color, barcode
height and X dimension.
- Full GS1-128 (UCC/EAN 128) Support:
Easy methods are included to add application identifiers into Code
128 for GS1-128 barcodes that also format to the correct human-readable
- Tilde Functions: Tilde functionality allows encoding
of returns, tabs and other functions such as GS and RS
functions between fields in a single barcode symbol.
- Selectable Orientation: Angles of 0, 90, 180 or 270
- Royalty-Free: Developer Licenses for this product are perpetual and royalty-free.
- Safe & Secure: This is a 100% managed code
in Visual C# .NET with strong name signatures and signed DLLs.
- Source Code: Source code to the streaming project DLL
is available with the purchase of any Developer License and a signed