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Unable to set SymbologyID Property in Barcode Forms Control

I am unable to programmatically set the symbologyID property when using the IDAutomation.Windows.Forms.LinearBarCode assembly in C#. I can successfully programmatically create and use an instance of the Barcode class in the same assembly but when trying to set the symbologyID property which is within the same assembly I get the error:
The name 'Code128' does not exist in the class or namespace.
I have included IDAutomation.Windows.Forms.LinearBarCode in my using clauses and added a reference to the dll. Please indicate how I should programmatically set symbologyID.

Here is some code that I am using:

// Create an IDAutomation object for producing barcodes
mBarcode = new IDAutomation.Windows.Forms.LinearBarCode.Barcode();

mBarcode.symbologyID = Code128;
mBarcode.DataToencode = "Sample Data";


03-01-12     10.3 year(s) ago    

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You'll need to totally qualify the enumeration to set the symbologyID.
The entire line would look something like:
mBarcode.symbologyID = IDAutomation.Windows.Forms.LinearBarCode.Barcode.Symbologies.Code128


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