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Oracle Reports Barcode Library

The Oracle Reports PL/SQL Barcode Library is a PLL file that formats data from fields in the report so that a correct barcode can be created. This Barcode Library font tool contains functions to generate barcodes such as Code 128, Code 39, GS1, Codabar, UCC/EAN 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC and EAN. The Oracle Reports font tool has the following features:

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  • IDAutomation PL/SQL Barcode LibraryThe PL/SQL Barcode Library meets the specifications of supported symbologies set by AIM and/or ANSI standards.
  • The Online Tutorial will show how to include the PL/SQL Barcode Library tool in an Oracle Reports project. To use this tutorial, the following requirements must to be met:
    • Developer License for the appropriate IDAutomation Barcode Font
    • Download the Oracle Barcode Library Package, which contains the IDAutomation.pll file.
    • Create a Barcode in Oracle Reports Training Video
  • Source Code is included in the IDAutomation.pkg file for advanced Oracle programmers.
  • Functions Available for Code 128, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC and EAN barcode generation.
  • Licensing - IDAutomation Font Encoders are free to use and distribute with an application with the purchase of a licensed IDAutomation barcode font. Redistribution of these fonts and components requires, at least, a Developer License.
  • Watch a helpful video tutorial that demonstrates How to Create a Barcode in Oracle Reports.

If using Oracle 9i or Oracle 10g, consider using the Java Barcode Package as it is easier to implement in those version of Oracle Reports.

IDAutomation's Java Barcode Package is an easier implementation to create barcodes in Oracle 9i and Oracle 10g. For instructions on how to do this, visit the tutorial for Java Barcode Creation in Oracle Reports.

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