Missing Encoded Ids When Too Many Voids S’abonner

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Hello,

 

I am working on encoding a serialized sequence on a Zebra R110xi4.

 

When there are too many bad tags in a row, the printer voids them correctly. The issue is that the printer misses to encode and print some IDs.

 

For exemple it encodes/prints correctly the ID 0001 then meets 5 bad tags in a row and at the next good tag, it encodes/prints the ID 0003 instead of the 0002. So my ID 0002 is not printed/encoded.

 

How can I ensure all my IDs are printed/encoded even if my roll has a lot of bad labels in a row?

 

other question: is there a way to log all the encoded/printed IDs in a file? (in order to check which of them have been correctly encoded and which ones have not been encoded)?

 

Thank youy for your help.

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Ian Cummings
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Probably your best bet to ensure you get what you want is that each serialized label is printed/encoded one at a time in separate print jobs rather than altogether in a single print job of X number of labels.  As a test use Batch Maker to print the label with X number of repeats to see if a serial number gets dropped should there be multiple bad tags in a row.

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Hello Ian C, 

 

Thank you for your reply.

The problem is that I have printing jobs of thousands of labels to print. I am affraid I can't launch jobs of one label.

 

Do you see another way to make sure that a serial number is correcly printed/encoded even if there is multiple bad tags in a row?

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I'm talking about using something like Batch maker, or programmatically generating separate print jobs of one label, the print operator would be making only the one request like usual.

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