Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?

I could be wrong but I think 128 is the full ascii version or 3of9.
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Either way, we use 3of9, 128 and PDF-417 from Crystal with no issues.
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If you search around there are some tricks that we played to get the zeros to work and to tab out of fields etc.

From: r.morton03 <r.morton03@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, 13 March 2012, 20:34
Subject: [Vantage] Re: Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?


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Found the LS2208 setup file and I'm like a little kid in a candy shop! Wow, this helps me out BIG TIME! I hope I can pay it forward somehow. Great way to end the day :)

We use BarTender all day long, our consultant can't figure out how to use the Auto Label Print Control module with BarTender and Receiving labels, I'll start a new topic after researching more tomorrow.

Thanks again guys!!!

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Lowe" <MLowe@...> wrote:
>
> We've been using the ID Automation 128 font with Crystal for a few years
> now to print customer specific bar coded shipping labels.
>
> Mike
>
>
>
> From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
> Of r.morton03
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 1:06 PM
> To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?
>
>
>
>
>
> We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings;
> barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help
> eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't
> efficient with the keyboard...
>
> Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font
> 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered
> that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's
> how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly
> with BarTender and our scanners.
>
> I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I
> tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just
> to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number
> zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to
> scan them in.
>
> I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags...
> and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon
> receipt of material...
>
> -Bob
> Power User
> Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress
>
>
>
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We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings; barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't efficient with the keyboard...

Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly with BarTender and our scanners.

I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to scan them in.

I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags... and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon receipt of material...

-Bob
Power User
Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress
128 and 39 are worlds apart.

Can Crystal display a Code128 barcode? Yes. Google IDAutomation. They have a plugin for CR. There is no font for 128 like in Code39. It uses calculated checksum digits unlike simple Code39.


http://www.idautomation.com/fonts/code128/



From: r.morton03
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 4:06 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?


We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings; barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't efficient with the keyboard...

Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly with BarTender and our scanners.

I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to scan them in.

I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags... and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon receipt of material...

-Bob
Power User
Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress




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There is a setting that needs programmed into the scanner to make it scan a single digit. The setting is called "Code 39 - Any Length"



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From: r.morton03 <r.morton03@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 4:06 PM
Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?

We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings; barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't efficient with the keyboard...

Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly with BarTender and our scanners.

I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to scan them in.

I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags... and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon receipt of material...

-Bob
Power User
Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress



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BTW, the scanner setup PDFs are in the files section of the group. I think under “Barcoding”

From: Ted Koch
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 4:15 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?


There is a setting that needs programmed into the scanner to make it scan a single digit. The setting is called "Code 39 - Any Length"

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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 4:06 PM
Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?

We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings; barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't efficient with the keyboard...

Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly with BarTender and our scanners.

I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to scan them in.

I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags... and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon receipt of material...

-Bob
Power User
Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress

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We've been using the ID Automation 128 font with Crystal for a few years
now to print customer specific bar coded shipping labels.

Mike



From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of r.morton03
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 1:06 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?





We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings;
barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help
eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't
efficient with the keyboard...

Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font
128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered
that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's
how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly
with BarTender and our scanners.

I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I
tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just
to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number
zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to
scan them in.

I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags...
and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon
receipt of material...

-Bob
Power User
Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress




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Found the LS2208 setup file and I'm like a little kid in a candy shop! Wow, this helps me out BIG TIME! I hope I can pay it forward somehow. Great way to end the day :)

We use BarTender all day long, our consultant can't figure out how to use the Auto Label Print Control module with BarTender and Receiving labels, I'll start a new topic after researching more tomorrow.

Thanks again guys!!!

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Lowe" <MLowe@...> wrote:
>
> We've been using the ID Automation 128 font with Crystal for a few years
> now to print customer specific bar coded shipping labels.
>
> Mike
>
>
>
> From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
> Of r.morton03
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 1:06 PM
> To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [Vantage] Crystal Reports compatible with Font 128?
>
>
>
>
>
> We would like to start printing barcodes on all of our job routings;
> barcode the job number, assembly number, and sequence number. Would help
> eliminate *some* human error, and help some of the guys who aren't
> efficient with the keyboard...
>
> Our current outside consultant informed me that Crystal Reports and font
> 128 are incomaptible. Is this true? Doing my own research I discovered
> that is not true. Is it an Epicor thing? I would prefer font 128, it's
> how I labeled all of my bins and part numbers, and it works seamlessly
> with BarTender and our scanners.
>
> I noticed that while using font 39, the number zero does not scan... I
> tried with that on the routings and then tried it also on BarTender just
> to see if it was a 39 thing, and it appears so, 128 scans the number
> zero just fine. Most of our assemblies are '0' and we would prefer to
> scan them in.
>
> I think I need to start another topic for receiving labels vs tags...
> and how to get Auto Label Print Control working. Trigger an email upon
> receipt of material...
>
> -Bob
> Power User
> Epicor 9.04.507A / Progress
>
>
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________________
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