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Code128 in Crystal Report XI

Code128 in Crystal Report XI

Code128 in Crystal Report XI

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I need to combine two fields with slash in between using Barcode 128 fonts, but I cannot get it to scan.

This works with Code128Wide font
BarcodeC128A({INVENTORY_TRANS_1.WORKORDER_BASE_ID)}

and this works as well
BarcodeC128A({INVENTORY_TRANS_1.WORKORDER_LOT_ID})

How do I combine these two to make it look like this: Workorder_base_id/workorder_lot_id and I should be able to scan it.

Thank you.

RE: Code128 in Crystal Report XI

/ is represented  by ascii 47

You could combine your strings as follows:
newstring=string1+"/"+string2
Then encode the newstring

Alternatively:
I do not know the function you use BarcodeC128A and whether it can do calculations

Can you try something like:
BarcodeC128A(INVENTORY_TRANS_1.WORKORDER_BASE_ID+"/"+INVENTORY_TRANS_1.WORKORDER_LOT_ID)

I find your brackets interesting but inconsistent, and possibly unnecessary to use both {(

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