New Product: Data Matrix C++ .H Header File
now offers a C++ header file for the Data Matrix ECC200 symbology which meets
the ISO/IEC 16022 specification. The file is provided, upon request, with the
purchase of any Developers License for the
Data Matrix Font & Encoder Advantage Package and a signed
This header file uses the C++ libraries to return an encoded
string that can be used with the IDAutomationDMatrix. Both the method
declaration and implementation are in the header file, so no .cpp file is
necessary. Include the header file in the source code and it is ready to use.
The header file contains no OS specific code and has been QA tested with G++ on
Ubuntu Linux and Visual Studio versions 6, 2003 and 2005.
Java Barcode Package
New Product Release:
GS1 DataBar Java Package:
- The new DataBar Java component enables Java developers to create
DataBar compliant images within their Java application, applet,
servlet, bean box, and more. Includes DataBar Omni-directional, DataBar
Truncated, Stacked, Stacked Omni-directional, Limited, Expanded, Expanded
Stacked, PDF417, MicroPDF417, Composite, UPC/EAN, GS1-128 and Code 128.
Updates to the
Linear Java Package:
Improved FNC1 functionality - With apply tilde set to true, the
parentheses in the DataToEncode variable will be encoded as FNC1 characters.
- Manual start character selection - The start character for code
128 can now be manually selected in auto mode. By including the start
character as the first digit in DataToEncode will specify which character
set to start in, for example DataToEncode = ÌABCD will encode the data in
set B. ApplyTilde functionality can also be used to achieve the same
result, DataToEncode = ~204ABCD.
Updates to the
2D Java Package:
- The QR-Code symbology is now included, with support for Byte,
Numeric, and Alpha-numeric encoding modes.
A fully functional evaluation
copy of any of the Java Barcode Package
may be downloaded from:
Method, System and Program Product for Printing
Barcodes within Computer Applications
years of working with the United States Patent and Trademark Office,
IDAutomation has been granted
Patent No: US 7,637,436 B1
for a method used to generate a printable barcode object, which encodes data
from within a particular software application. The patented method assembles
barcode symbols from Unicode characters that exist in standard system fonts, and
can be utilized with ease in a variety of applications and platforms.
More information on the patent can be found on our
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