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Direct Encoding Lower ASCII in PDF417 Native for Crystal Reports


I purchased the PDF417 Crystal Native Barcode Generator. 2D barcodes are completely new for me.

I know how to get the data for the barcode but just not clear on the configuration. I will attached the requirements documents.

Can I get help with the settings?

Operating System: Windows

Application: Crystal Reports
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The attached documentation are the specifications for adding unprintable (lower decimal ASCII values*) function codes to the PDF417 barcode data, which will need to be directly encoded, as the PDF417 Native does not use ApplyTilde functionality.

*Use:
chr(3) for RS
chr(29) for GS
chr(4) for EOT

For example, the following string in the DataToEncode:

"[)>" + RS + "01"+ GS + "0133626"+ GS + "840"+ GS + "002"+ GS + “123” + EOT

Is encoded with this string:

"[)>" + chr(3) + "01"+ chr(29) + "0133626"+ chr(29) + "840"+ chr(29) + "002"+ chr(29) + “123” + chr(4)

Applies To:
Crystal Reports PDF417 Native Barcode Generator
Native Crystal Reports User Manual


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