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How to Generate GS1 128 in Oracle Reports 10g

Hola, estoy probando la librería nativa para Oracle. Segui todos los pasos del tutorial , puse la letra en Courier new pero no me genera un código de barra me genera algo mas parecido a un código QR. Quiero ver si el producto me servirá antes de adquirlo

function CF_imagenbarraFormula return Char is
--
begin
return idautomation_linear_native.native_code128(:cf_barra,FALSE,8);
end;

Operating System: linux

Application: Oracle Reports

04-06-18     412 day(s) ago    

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Based on the screen shot and barcode with boxes, I recommend using the Java Barcode Component (for Oracle 9i and up) that generates a barcode as an image and does not use fonts.

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En la figura de la izquierda he puesto la fuente Courier New como dice el tutorial y en la figura de la derecha he puesto de fuente IDAutomationSC128L pero ninguna de las barras ha podido ser leída por el escaner image



me gustaría usar Oracle sin mezclar componentes ni nada de java

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Attach a screen shot of the barcode?

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