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I'm have BarTender 9.3 SR2, I am printing a label using VB Script to an Excel file. In BarTender all the data is on the label with no errors, When I try to print I get this:

BarTender Error Message #3600

No Data Sources Are Set To Read From File

To enable the reading of data for an object from a file, see the Data Source dialog box.

 

Here is the code for the PDF417 barcode, this is where I'm having the problem:

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dim objConn

dim strConn

dim rs

On Error Resume Next

 

strConn = "Provider=Microsoft.Ace.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source='C:\Users\Admin\Documents\2DTest.xls';Extended Properties=""Excel 12.0 Xml;HDR=YES;""

 

Dim strNames

Set objConn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")

objConn.Open strConn

Set rs = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

Set rs = objConn.Execute("Select * FROM [Sheet1$]")

strNames = ""

rs.MoveFirst()

 

for i = 1 to 64

       strNames = strNames + CStr(rs.fields("IMEI")) + vbCrLf

       rs.MoveNext()

next

 

 

strNames = LEFT(strNames,(LEN(strNames)-2))

value = strNames

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I use this in Windows 7 and have no problem, but this is in Windows 10. All the data shows up on the BarTender label including all of the PDF417 values but it gives me the error when I try to print. 

 

 

 

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It sounds like you setup a connection to a database/datafile of some sort in BarTender's database connection setup, but then you have not used a database data source type in any of the objects in your label.  If you don't wish to use a database connection in BarTender (I'm not referring to your VB script here) then delete the database connection to avoid the error.  Otherwise use a database data source somewhere on your label design.

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That was it thank you.

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