tutorial uses the free version of the Dynamic
Barcode Generator Service, which includes a watermark. After
purchase or implementation of IDAutomation's other
streaming barcode products, a unique web address will be available that excludes the watermark.
Barcodes may be easily placed in Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) for Eclipse IDE with the Dynamic Barcode Generator Service. When using any IDAutomation Web Streaming product to stream barcodes into BIRT, there are no additional fonts or encoders to install. The only requirement is that all machines generating the reports need access to the Internet (or internal intranet, depending on planned scalability). Multiple barcode symbologies are provided by these streaming products, including Code 128, Code 39, GS1 DataBar, USPS Intelligent Mail, UPC, Data Matrix, PDF417, QR-Code and many more*.
The following is a tutorial to show how to add a barcode image object to BIRT for Eclipse IDE, which requires:
Note: For this example, we will use the Code 128 streaming demo due to its popularity. It is assumed that there is an understanding of BIRT for Eclipse IDE, as the following is a quick overview of integration.
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