IDAutomation's Crystal Reports Barcode Font Encoder UFL was designed for 32-bit mode only. When running Crystal Reports in 32-bit mode on a 64-bit operating system, all web servers, User Function Libraries (UFLs), and database drivers (3rd party) must be made to run in 32-bit mode, as well.
It is recommended to use one of the following 2 solutions:
1. Crystal Reports Barcode Formula as a workaround, given you are implementing the following symbologies:
Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, Codabar, EAN13, EAN8, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPCA, UPCE, Intelligent Mail, Postnet, Planet, DataMatrix, and PDF417
2. Native Barcode Generator for Crystal Reports as a workaround, given you are implementing the following symbologies:
Codabar, Code-39, Code-128 (Auto, A, B, and C), GS1-128 (UCC/EAN-128), Interleaved 2-of-5, MSI, Postnet, PDF417 (in 2D version), and DataMatrix (in 2D version, 50 characters or less recommended)
If implementing symbologies not listed above, IDAutomation recommends the use of one of the following barcode image-streaming solutions:
* SaaS Dynamic Barcode Generator Subscription (hosted by IDAutomation)
* Java Barcode Servlet (hosted by your company)
* Streaming Barcode Server for IIS (hosted by your company)
* ASP.NET Barcode Server Component (hosted by your company)
SAP Reference: Crystal Reports support of 64-bit Operating Systems.
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