Multiple Barcodes On Same Label? フォローする

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I'm creating a label that requires a barcode for every item on the label. The objects on this label are being read in from some embedded data. Is it possible to have multiple barcodes similar to a textbox that is of type Paragraph?

 

For example I have a Paragraph that contains 10 lines for item #s. Can I have a something similar for barcodes that are held in by a single object? Or do I have to manually use some independent amount of barcodes?

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I guess you could use a 2d barcode like a data matrix, PDF-417 or QR code, and then use multiple data sources in the barcode separated by a separator value like a semi-colon.

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Is this possible with UPC-A? I was reading the white papers and was going to explore the use of VB scripting.

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UPC-A is a specific barcode symbology used in the US for barcoding retail products.  If this is not the use you have, then you shouldn't use it.

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Yes, the client I'm working with is in the US and would like to be able to scan individual items in with UPC-A. But these labels can have anywhere from 1-10 items on them with their respective UPC barcodes so I'm looking possible routes to implement this.

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A UPC-A barcode is for a single item and contains the product code for that item.  Are you sure you're not wanting to produce a GS1-128 barcode for a logistics label, so that a goods in/out department can easily scan barcodes to books goos in/out of their warehouse?

 

See more info at http://www.gs1.org

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This old PDF on Getting Barcoding right might well be helpful to you.

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