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Upgrade From 9.3 To 10.1 Produces "encoding Error" On All Barcodes Of Existing Labels.

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    Have you just tried to print it even with the error? Can you get to a prompt screen and test it?

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    To answer nRyder's question...Yes, I was still able to print it.  But, users seeing those display errors would have a hard time with it, and if and when something goes wrong, that will be the "cause" in their mind.  Regardless, it's not proper.   

     

    I realize I asked this question 5 months ago, and nRyder answered it then, but, I never received a notification that it was answered, and quite frankly I never checked back.  We use Bartender for internal labeling, and it is a tertiary responsibility of mine at best.  (More like quaternary or quinary).  Since licensing was our major concern, not version, I tabled it and reverted back to 9.3.   Now, I have a lull in my Oracle programming duties and am revisiting this.

     

    That said, I am also looking at how the other features work, like web printing, etc.   Perhaps there's a much better/easier way than installing/upgrading  Bartender client on every user's PC.

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    All the software is telling you is that there's not data in the barcode, so it wouldn't print anything until something is put in (like in a prompt).

     

    If you don't want the alert, you can double-click into the barcode and give it a default value. But otherwise the "error" is not causing any problems. The alert is accurate in the sense that the barcode doesn't have data until you enter some.

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    OK, that makes sense.  I thought when I deleted one of those barcodes and recreated it, that the message and red X went away.  I must have left some default data in there.   Now when I recreate completely (with no data) I DO get the "Encoding Error".   My mistake.  Thanks for your replies.

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