Gs1 Datamatirx Humann Readable Text S’abonner

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[attachment=2126:datamatirx.png]Hello there,

 

I am trying to print a 2D datamatrix code on label. I want to replace the (01) to Serial No. (21) to UUID (17) to Date and (10) to Batch. How can I do it. I have attached a screenshot to make things easy.

 

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Zulf

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Ian Cummings
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I suggest you make use of the GS1 application identifier wizard: http://www.seagullscientific.com/media/101559/gs1-application-identifiers-201511.pdf

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Ian, Thanks for your feedback. But, I could not find any reference to how to replace the (01) AI with my own Strings. I will appreciate your help if you help me through.

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I'm sorry but your question makes no sense.  If you want a (21) AI then create a (21) AI as you step through the wizard to create the GS1 code.  In any case, to replace one AI with another is a simple matter of selecting that AI data source, removing the current value and putting in the new one you want.  Note that (21) is a variable length data field, so if you have other AIs to follow in the code, you'll need to terminate it with a FNC1 which is ^1 in BarTender data source syntax.  Note: If you use the wizard to begin with this is all automatically done for you.  Please use the wizard and read the white paper I gave you a link for.

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Please look at the screenshot I attached and it will make more sense. I will try to explain once more. I want to replace those (01) with my own string like Serial No.

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For some reason the image only appears as a small thumbnail so I cannot view it.  The document file itself would be a lot more helpful.

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I want to replace the 2D Data Matrix Barcode's Human Readable Text. Now the HRT is as follows.

 

(01) 12345678901234

(10) 1223

(17) 310312

(21) 12345678901234567890

 

I want to replace this to 

 

GTIN 12345678901234

Batch 1223

Exp. Date 310312

SerialNo. 12345678901234567890 

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Disable the human readable for the barcode.  Create a new text object, and create a data source each for the prefix followed by each AI field.  You'll need name the field data sources in your barcode so they can then be used in the separate text object.  Note that to recreate the check digit value you'll need to use a VB script expression using the UccMod10() function.

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Thanks for your feedbacks. Can you please help me with some demo or video. From my part I have created the database connection and disabled the HRT. I also managed to create 4 Text objects. Now how do I print the table data from the database in front of those text objects. 

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I also attached a screenshot of the design I have now in my Bartender. By the way I also have this issue to view images in your forum. I mean, when you click on the attached image it is very small to view but then there is a save button below on the right corner, when you clcik on the save button then you can see the image nice and big. So, please have a look and hope to get this working for my labels.

 

cheers

Zolf

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Like I said, in the barcode give a name to each of the data sources that you use.  This allows you to then reference them in the separate text object.  Note that you only need one paragraph text object with multiple data sources, some of which link to the named data sources from the barcode.  The below videos should help you:

 

Data Sources:

https://youtu.be/FRcASc2CnD4

 

Sharing Data Sources:

https://youtu.be/BVofqDZweEo

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Thanks!!

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