Prices start at $171.00
Generates 2D Aztec matrix barcode symbols from a font - Easily integrates with Crystal Reports, Microsoft® Access® and Word® mail-merge - Supports multiple development environments including VB 6, C# and .NET - Includes font encoders and graphic encoders in a single package.
Includes Signed ActiveX Control with CAB file, and optional ASP.NET Web Control and .NET Forms Control DLL.
Uses IDAutomation Vertical Interleaved TechnologyTM with the IDAutomation2D font.
Aztec is an area efficient two-dimensional (2D) barcode symbology capable of encoding large amounts of data. The data encoded may include letters, numbers, text and actual bytes of data, including extended characters, Unicode characters and small photos. IDAutomation recommends limiting the data encoded in each symbol to 800 characters or less if possible because many barcode scanners can not decode large symbols.
The encoding and decoding process of the Aztec symbology is very complex. To print Aztec barcodes as a font, the encoded data must first be formatted with one of IDAutomation's Aztec Font Encoders. The encoder will return a text string, that when combined with the 2D font, will create a proper Aztec symbol.
Included in the Font and Encoder for Windows and the Font and Encoder Advantage Package:Font Encoders: Windows COM DLL, Crystal Reprots UFL
Graphic Encoders: ActiveX Control, Signed ActiveX CAB File
Included in the Font and Encoder Advantage Package Only:Font Encoders: .NET DLL
Graphic Encoders: .NET Forms Control, ASP.NET Web Server Control
The advanced Aztec font uses IDAutomation Vertical Interleaved TechnologyTM which allows increased throughput and printing at small X dimensions. For example, the Hand Held Products 2D Imager scans symbols printed with IDAutomation's Aztec barcode font as small as 3 points, which is an X dimension of .025CM or 10 mils.
Compatible with Crystal Reports 9 and above.
Custom tilde functions allow an easy method to encode tab and returns between fields in a single symbol.
Supports Encoding Modes BASE256, C40, TEXT and ASCII.
The COM DLL was created in C++ ATL and has no dependencies.
The source code for any single encoder may be provided with the purchase of the Unlimited Developer License and a signed source code license agreement.
Multiple fonts are provided - When a license is purchased for this font, the customer will receive all versions in a single ZIP file. The manual is also supplied in a file named "readme" in the ZIP file. The following fonts are included:
- TrueType fonts are supplied in PC and Macintosh format. The TrueType TTF fonts are compatible with Macintosh OS X and all versions of Microsoft Windows, including Pocket PC. Macintosh formatted MTT TrueType fonts are compatible with Macintosh System 7.1 and above.
- OpenType OTF fonts with PostScript outlines are provided. These are compatible with Windows®, Macintosh OS X and other systems supporting the OpenType format.
- PostScript Type 1 fonts are supplied in binary, ASCII and Macintosh versions.
- Also included in this package are PCL 5 laserjet soft fonts from 2-14 points.
- The Developer License grants the right to convert IDAutomation fonts to other formats as necessary including TrueDoc and OpenType.
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