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Ben

How to locate Properties in your Java API?

I need to generate 2D barcodes (Data Matrix) in Oracle Reports 10g using your Java Component but your Java/Oracle reports tutorial is for Linear (1D) barcodes. Some of your properties in the example are only valid for your LinearBarCode.jar.

/*Set the symbology*/
BarCode.setSymbologyID(BarcodeObject, BarCode.CODE128);


How can we find a list of properties for your other jar files?


Application: Oracle Reports

11-02-15     1053 day(s) ago     Views: 1508

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To access the API for a specific jar file, view the Product Information tab on the Java Component page.

(1) Select the Java package API link to use.
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(2) On the left side of the page in the All Classes section, select the symbology. To view Data Matrix properties and methods, select Data Matrix.
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(3) Scroll down to Method Summary and look for the methods that use set such as setDataToEncode.
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Example:
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