IDAutomation.com provides several products and options for implementing
barcodes in Visual C++ with
agreements to meet a variety of needs including single user licenses
and royalty-free developer licenses. The following chart may be used
to determine the best product needed:
Advantages and Disadvantages:
- The easiest implementation option when the barcode type
does not matter and the data is numbers and/or uppercase
- Data is easily formatted to the barcode font by appending
asterisks to the beginning and ending of the data being
encoded; no other DLLs or source code is needed.
C++ Header File with
- Easily integrates into the project, without the requirement
for additional DLLs.
- Supports most linear barcode types.
- C++ source code is included.
- Methods in the header file and source
code calculate the start, stop and check digits and
return a character string, that when combined with
IDAutomation Barcode Fonts, create a correct barcode.
Native Windows Barcode DLL with
Fonts or the
and Encoder or the
Matrix Font and Encoder
Control with Visual Studio .NET
||IDAutomation's ActiveX controls
may be used in Microsoft Visual C++ .NET. The integration process
is slightly different than for Visual C++ 6. The
sample download provided uses our
PDF417 ActiveX control as the primary example, but may easily
be converted to use any of our other ActiveX controls. Documentation
for doing this is in the included file, readme3.txt. The
example was created using Visual Studio.NET
2002, but may be opened and converted to Visual Studio.NET 2003
or later versions.