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Barcode Formatting UCC /EAN 128

Barcode Formatting UCC /EAN 128

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Hi,

Not really sure where to ask this question,

I am trying to encode the following (00) 1 0123456 361586002 into a UCC /EAN 128 barcode label in my Report
The record source is from table called Delivery and uses the following three fields ( A1Code, GSI and PalletNo )

I have tried following examples below in the control source of the ActiveX Barcode and inputting the FNC1 character using the ASCII 202 character "Ê" at various position but still to no avail.

="00" & [A1Code] & [GSI] & "Ê" & [PalletNo]

="00" & [A1Code] & "Ê" & [GSI] & [PalletNo]


I have even tried removing the FNC1 character and inputting the following below in the control source but the barcode scanner is showing an error “invalid check digit”.

="00" & [A1Code] & [GSI] & [PalletNo]

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated,

RE: Barcode Formatting UCC /EAN 128


With Barcode Formatting UCC /EAN 128 you need to add a check digit. Hence reason your coming up with an error code. Create a function to generate a check digit code and run the function on your query which is the source code for your report that takes this control source below from:

You could try putting on you query for your report example, CheckDigit: MOD([A1Code] & [B] & [F])

="00" & [A1Code] & [B] & [F] & [CheckDigit]

MOD is the function called to generate the check digit.

Google examples of code functions to see how the check digit is generated in a EAN 128 barcode. There are examples out there.

RE: Barcode Formatting UCC /EAN 128

Sorry,

="00" & [A1Code] & [B] & [F] & [CheckDigit]

[B] = [GSI]
[F] = [PalletNo]

So,

="00" & [A1Code] & [GSI] & [PalletNo] & [CheckDigit]

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