Encoding With Database S’abonner

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hello,

i configure bartender to encode labels from excell file (from database).
i set it to read the data as Hexadecimal but it encode it as ascii.
instead of write to memory 0x45 it writes 34 35.
any suggestions?

Alon

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Hi Alon,
Try applying Hex format - In RFID Object property, change Data format type to [Hexadecimal].
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[quote name='Shotaro I -Seagull Support' timestamp='1332462468' post='2046']
Hi Alon,
Try applying Hex format - In RFID Object property, change Data format type to [Hexadecimal].
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thanks for your replay.
i already tried it and also set the type to custom and then set to hexadecimal' but it didnt work.
any more suggestions?
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Don't have a very good idea - could you tell me what data format you use (ex. SGTIN-96 etc, or simply some bytes of binary data)?
To check encoded value, you can create another text, then set data source to Object value (label object string) of the RFID object's Encoded value.
Instead of custom format, try [Hexadecimal].
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[quote name='Shotaro I -Seagull Support' timestamp='1332810488' post='2077']
Don't have a very good idea - could you tell me what data format you use (ex. SGTIN-96 etc, or simply some bytes of binary data)?
To check encoded value, you can create another text, then set data source to Object value (label object string) of the RFID object's Encoded value.
Instead of custom format, try [Hexadecimal].
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thnks for your replay.

i am trying to encode hexadecimal string of few hundreds characters.
it seems that i have a problem with my printer firmwae which not send it well.

thanks a lot.

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