How To Map Xml To Existing Labels We've Created. Follow

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Hi guys!

 

We currently are using and ERP System called NDS, we use
commander to export a .dd file to a pre-mapped bartender label template we
design.  But we are always having problems so we are going to start using
XML.   I need to know how to setup XML for each of our vendors.

 

Currently we have commander setup on every machine we use,

we have commander scanning a folder continuously for a particular file (We use
the name of the Machine)  commander finds the file when the “Print Pallet
Label” radial button is hit in the ERP system which generates the .dd file and
places it in a directory folder in which Commander is scanning and hence our
labels are produced.

 

How do I implement the XML file in it’s place?

 

Our ERP system already spits out the BTXML document all i need to know is how to map our existing labels to the XML document.  

 

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Manny Castro
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Hello,

 

So if your application is already out putting a BTXML file you just have to setup Commander.

 

So open Commander and in the task list properties set command type to BTXML.

Make sure the trigger tab has the correct scan directory as well.[attachment=1079:CmdrBtxmlSetup.jpg]

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Hello,

 

So if your application is already out putting a BTXML file you just have to setup Commander.

 

So open Commander and in the task list properties set command type to BTXML.

Make sure the trigger tab has the correct scan directory as well.attachicon.gifCmdrBtxmlSetup.jpg

 

I do not have this option! Why?

I only have the options BarTender, OperatingSystem, Commander-Skript to select.

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Shotaro Ito
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XML Script is only available in BarTender Enterprise Automation Edition. On another computer, download the latest BarTender Trial and try as Enterprise Automation. If you feel that's pay off, consider upgrade to the edition.

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