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Problem with FNC1 characters in GS1-128 barcode using SAP Crystal Reports, IDAutomation_Uni_C128 function and IDAutomation_Uni M font

Hi, I've been trying to create GS1-128 barcode using SAP Crystal Reports 2016, IDAutomation_Uni_C128 function and IDAutomation_Uni M font but something is not working properly for me. First of all the parenthesis method is not working at all, and the parenthesis are encoded in the barcode, instead of the relevant FNC1s. Using the tilde method (~212...) is also not working proporely for me I think, as only the first FNC1 char is encoded, and not even always. I don't have a scanner for the ascii codes, as my scanner is only working as a keyboard, but I can visually recognize the FNC1 char easily and I could see that it is not working properly.
Attached you can see 3 examples with the relevant function (as string) and below the generated barcode. Please let me know what I am doing wrong. Any help will be highly appreciated.


09-20-18     299 day(s) ago    

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IDAutomation suggests using the Font Encoder Formulas for Crystal Reports instead of the UFL with the latest version of our fonts. In any case, if you are using the UFL or using the Font Encoder Formulas, the same method is used to insert the FNC1. I have included two methods:

If your data is 00008012349999999997 then enable ApplyTilde and use ~20200008012349999999997.

The FNC1 may be viewed with the Scanner ASCII String Decoder even with a keyboard scanner.

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Hi, ok I Ê did not give me FNC1 char in Crystal reports for some reason, but changing my ~212 to ~202 fixed the issue. I am now having all required FNC1 chars. Hopefully my barcodes are up to standard now. Example attached.

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