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This manual was produced using Doc To Help by WexTech Systems Inc. Active Barcode Components Manual,First published October 1999. 3rd Edition June 2002,DL Technology Ltd 1999 2002,Buckhurst Hill. Essex IG9 5BE UK,Fax 44 0 20 8502 9037,E mail dlsoft dlsoft com. Introduction 3,Active Barcode Components 3,The controls 3. Registering the control 4,Using Active Barcode Component in VB NET 5.
Adding the control to a Visual Basic form 5,VB NET and C 5. Setting and retrieving property values 5,Creating a barcode Picture within a program 6. Using Active Barcode Component in Delphi 7, Importing the component into a Delphi Development System 7. Using the component within Delphi 7,Using Active Barcode Component in C Builder 9. Importing into a C Builder Development System 9,Using the component within C Builder 9.
Using Active Barcode Component in a Container 11,Using the Active Barcode Component in Access 13. Using the Active Barcode Component in Word 14,Setting the image size 15. Distributing Programs using Active Barcode Component 15. Barcodes 17,Introduction 17,General points 17,Barcode types supported 18. Location numbering 18,Reference 19,Summary of Properties and Methods 19. Active Barcode Component Properties 21,Required properties 21.
Information properties 29,Methods 30,Error codes 32. A Note on Metafile pictures 32,Active Barcode Component Contents i. Introduction,Active Barcode Components, Active Barcode Components are Active X Automation Controls that allows barcode images. to be created within the user s own software A barcode image may be displayed on screen. printed on a printer saved to a disk file or passed to the Windows clipboard for incorporation. into another Windows application, Although primarily designed for Microsoft s Visual Basic Active Barcode Components may. be employed with other Active X enabled applications such as Delphi or the Visual Basic for. Applications provided in Microsoft Office 97 and later Examples provided in this manual are. based on Visual Basic 6 and Office 97, Users should note that the encoding calculations are performed when the component s image.
is created by being used accessed or copied Information properties such as ImageWidth. are not available until the image has been created. The controls, There are several controls in the Active Barcode Components family one for each of the. most popular barcode types and one which handle a wide range of different barcode types. The controls are,Active Barcode Component Code 39, Abc39 ocx for Code 39 and Extended Code 39 barcodes. Active Barcode Component Code 93, Abc93 ocx for Code 93 and Extended Code 93 barcodes. Active Barcode Component Code 128, Abc128 ocx for Code 128 EAN 128 EAN 14 UCC 14 also know as DUN 14 and. SSCC Serial Shipping Container Code barcodes,Active Barcode Component EAN UPC.
AbcEAN ocx for EAN 13 EAN 8 UPC A UPC E ISBN ISSN and ISMN barcodes. Active Barcode Component ITF, AbcITF ocx for Interleaved 2 of 5 ITF 14 and ITF 6 barcodes. Active Barcode Component Universal, Axbarcode ocx for most common barcode types over 50 types supported see the barcode. HELP file for a complete list, With the exception of the CodeType property which specifies the type of barcode to be. generated all controls share the same control properties and in this manual all control are. discussed using the name of the Active Barcode Control Universal The values of the. CodeType property for the individual controls is described under Properties. Active Barcode Component Introduction 3,Registering the control. Before an Active X component may be used within a particular Windows installation it must. be registered with the Windows System Registry The Setup program that installs the product. on your system provides automatic one time registration However if you use the component. on another system registration may NOT be automatic Many container applications Visual. Basic MS Office etc offer facilities to register components by displaying a dialog and. browsing for the component s file axbarcode ocx As a last resort the component may be. registered manually be executing the following commands from within a command prompt. To register the component,C path regsvr32 exe C path AXBARCODE OCX.
Similarly the component may be un registered using. C path regsvr32 exe C path AXBARCODE OCX u, If the component is moved or upgraded ir must be re registered. Once registered the component may be used within Visual Basic 6 and other environments. The Active Barcode Component may be included on Visual Basic s Toolbar by checking the. Axbarcode OLE Custom Control, entry in the Custom Controls dialog accessible on the Tools menu The OCX then appears as. an icon on the toolbar,4 Introduction Active Barcode Component. Using Active Barcode Component in VB NET,Adding the control to a Visual Basic form. To add an Active Barcode Component control to a Visual Basic form select Components. from the VB Project menu If axbarcode Active X Control module is displayed in the list of. available controls then ensure that it is checked If it does not appear in the list user the. Browse button to locate it in its installation directory or in Windows System or System32. then check its name in the list Once checked an icon representing the component will appear. in the toolbox, Clicking on the Active Barcode Component icon in the toolbox causes the cursor to change to.
a cross Positioning the cross on a Visual Basic form holding down the left mouse button and. dragging the cursor down and to the left then releasing the mouse button causes a rectangle. to be drawn on the form An image of a default barcode will be shown within this rectangle. You may wish to use this image of the component Alternatively you may hide the. component by setting its Visible property to false and use the components methods and. properties to create an image that is placed elsewhere on the form as in the sample Visual. Basic program that is supplied with the component and uses code of the form. Axbarcode1 ImageHeight i,Axbarcode1 ImageWidth j,Axbarcode1 Xunit 0. Axbarcode1 CodeType type,Axbarcode1 Caption Text,Image1 Picture Axbarcode1 Picture. A single Visual Basic Form may contain any number of Active Barcode Components The. first to be added will be called Axbarcode1 the second Axbarcode2 and so on the names. may be changed by the user by modifying the Name property within the Visual Basic. Properties box, Alternatively an array of controls may be created using the Index property. VB NET and C, The control may be added to the Visual Studio NET Toolbox by right clicking on the. Toolbox and selecting Customise Toolbox from the pop up menu displayed then checking. the control in the list presented The control will then appear as an icon on the Toolbox. Setting and retrieving property values, The Active Barcode Component may be operated entirely by setting or retrieving Property.
values using the Basic language, Clicking on the Active Barcode Component control on the form when VB s Properties box is. displayed will show the current settings for component s available properties Most of these. may be edited using the Properties box or may have their values set from within the user s. program by statements of the kind,Axbarcode1 Source 12345. Active Barcode Component Introduction 5, Active Barcode Component properties that are set AFTER a Picture is created may be. retrieved within user s programs by statements of the kind. x Axbarcode1 ErrorCode,Creating a barcode Picture within a program. Active Barcode Component produces its barcode image as a Windows metafile This metafile. is displayed directly in the area you create for the component unless you set the. Axbarcode Visible property to FALSE, To create a printable Picture object containing the barcode within a program the following.
steps are required, 1 Set those properties that Active Barcode Component requires to generate the barcode the. minimum of which are, Axbarcode1 CodeType specifies the barcode type required. Axbarcode1 Caption specifies the characters which make up. 2 Allow the component s image to be displayed on the form if required. Copy the components Picture property to an image on the form eg. If Axbarcode1 ErrorCode 0 Then,Image1 Picture Axbarcode1 Picture. 3 Printing the Barcode on the Printer, To print the barcode image on the printer use the PaintPicture method of the Printer object. Printer ScaleMode 6 sets printer scale to mm, Printer PaintPicture Axbarcode1 Picture 20 20 Axbarcode1 ImageWidth.
Axbarcode1 ImageHeight,Printer NewPage,Printer EndDoc. 4 Printing from VB NET or C, Printing from Managed code is accomplished using the PrintDocument control from the. Visual Studio NET ToolBox Add the control to your application then use it as illustrated. below in this example only the barcode image is printed. Private Sub print1 Click ByVal sender As System Object ByVal e As System EventArgs. Handles print1 Click, AddHandler PrintDocument1 PrintPage AddressOf Me PrintDocument1 PrintPage. PrintDocument1 Print,Catch ex As Exception,MessageBox Show An error occurred while printing. 6 Introduction Active Barcode Component,ex ToString.
Private Sub PrintDocument1 PrintPage ByVal sender As System Object ByVal e As. System Drawing Printing PrintPageEventArgs Handles PrintDocument1 PrintPage. Dim newImage As Image Axbarcode1 Picture,Dim x As Integer. Dim y As Integer,x Axbarcode1 ImageWidth in mm,y Axbarcode1 ImageHeight in mm. Dim ulCorner As New Point 50 50 set position on page. Dim urCorner As New Point x 50 50,Dim llCorner As New Point 50 50 y. Dim destPara As Point ulCorner urCorner llCorner,e Graphics PageUnit GraphicsUnit Millimeter. e Graphics DrawImage newImage destPara,Indicate that this is the last page to print.
e HasMorePages False,Using Active Barcode Component in Delphi. Importing the component into a Delphi Development System. To start using the Active Barcode Component in the Delphi IDE follow these steps. 1 From Delphi s Component menu choose Import ActiveX Control. 2 Select Axbarcode ActiveX Control Module from the list of installed controls. 3 Push the Install button You can then choose to import the control into an existing. package or create a new package, 4 When installation has finished the Active Barcode Component icon will be available. from the ActiveX toolbar, To place the package on a Delphi form simply select the Active Barcode Component icon. from the ActiveX toolbar and use the cursor to draw a position for it on the form The. Taxbarcode object is then available for use,Using the component within Delphi. A single Delphi Form may contain any number of Active Barcode Components The first to. be added will be called Axbarcode1 the second Axbarcode2 and so on the names may be. changed by the user by modifying the Name property within the Delphi Object Inspector. Each component added will be visible on the form You may wish to use this image of the. component Alternatively you may hide the component by setting its Visible property to. false and use the components methods and properties to create an image that is copied. Active Barcode Component Introduction 7, elsewhere on the form as in the sample Delphi program which is supplied with the.
component and uses code of the form,Axbarcode1 Caption Stemp. pic Axbarcode1 Picture,if Axbarcode1 ErrorCode 0 then. ii Axbarcode1 ImageWidth iScalex div 100,jj Axbarcode1 ImageHeight iScaley div 100. SRect Right SRect Left ii,SRect Bottom SRect Top jj. Image1 Canvas StretchDraw SRect pic Graphic, Where iScalex and iScaley are the conversion factors from mm to screen pixels because the.
Image1 Canvas operates in pixels, The principal steps involved in using a barcode image within Delphi are as follows. 1 Set those properties which Active Barcode Component requires to generate the barcode. the minimum of which are, Axbarcode1 CodeType specifies the barcode type required. Axbarcode1 Caption specifies the characters which make up the code. 2 Allow the component s image to be displayed on the form if required. Copy the component s Picture property to an Image on the form using the ImageHeight and. ImageWidth parameters to scale the picture to the Image s canvas eg. if Axbarcode1 ErrorCode 0 then,pic Axbarcode1 Picture. ii Axbarcode1 ImageWidth iScalex div 100,jj Axbarcode1 ImageHeight iScaley div 100. Srect Top 0,Srect Left 0,SRect Right SRect Left ii.
SRect Bottom SRect Top jj,Image1 Canvas StretchDraw SRect pic Graphic. 3 Printing the Barcode on the Printer, To print the barcode image on the printer StretchDraw the picture graphic to the Printer. object again using the ImageHeight and ImageWidth parameters to scale the picture to the. Printer s canvas eg,pic2 Axbarcode1 Picture, set the target rectangle for drawing on the printer. change from mm to pixels,ii Axbarcode1 ImageWidth pScalex div 100. jj Axbarcode1 ImageHeight pScaley div 100,8 Introduction Active Barcode Component.
Rect Left 200,Rect Top 200,Rect Right Rect Left ii. Rect Bottom Rect Top jj,Printer BeginDoc,Printer Canvas StretchDraw Rect pic2 Graphic. Printer EndDoc, where pScalex and pScaley are for converting the picture units to printer pixels. Using Active Barcode Component in C Builder,Importing into a C Builder Development System. To start using the Active Barcode Component in the C Builder IDE follow these steps. 1 From Builder s Component menu choose Import ActiveX Control. 2 Select Axbarcode ActiveX Control Module from the list of installed controls. 3 Push the Install button You can then choose to import the control into an existing package. or create a new package, 4 When installation has finished the Active Barcode Component icon will be available from.
the ActiveX toolbar, To place the package on a Builder form simply select the Active Barcode Component icon. from the ActiveX toolbar and use the cursor to draw a position for it on the form The. Taxbarcode object is then available for use,Using the component within C Builder. A single Builder Form may contain any number of Active Barcode Components The first to. be added will be called Axbarcode1 the second Axbarcode2 and so on the user may change. the names by modifying the Name property within the Builder Object Inspector. Each component added will be visible on the form You may wish to use this image of the. component Alternatively you may hide the component by setting its Visible property to. false and use the components methods and properties to create an image which is copied. elsewhere on the form as in the sample Builder program which is supplied with the. component and uses code of the form,AxbarcodeProxy1 Caption codedata. SRect Left 0,SRect Top 0,if AxbarcodeProxy1 ErrorCode 0. pic new TPicture,pic AxbarcodeProxy1 Picture,ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageWidth.
i int ft iScalex 100 0,Active Barcode Component Introduction 9. ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageHeight,j int ft iScaley 100 0. SRect Right SRect Left i,SRect Bottom SRect Top j,Image1 Canvas StretchDraw SRect pic Graphic. Where iScalex and iScaley are the conversion factors from mm to screen pixels because the. Image1 Canvas operates in pixels, The principal steps involved in using a barcode image within Builder are as follows. 1 Set those properties which Active Barcode Component requires to generate the barcode. the minimum of which are, Axbarcode1 CodeType specifies the barcode type required.
Axbarcode1 Caption specifies the characters which make up the code. 2 Allow the component s image to be displayed on the form if required. Copy the component s Picture property to an Image on the form using the ImageHeight and. ImageWidth parameters to scale the picture to the Image s canvas eg. if AxbarcodeProxy1 ErrorCode 0,pic new TPicture,pic AxbarcodeProxy1 Picture. ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageWidth,i int ft iScalex 100 0. ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageHeight,j int ft iScaley 100 0. SRect Right SRect Left i,SRect Bottom SRect Top j,Image1 Canvas StretchDraw SRect pic Graphic. 3 Printing the Barcode on the Printer, To print the barcode image on the printer StretchDraw the picture graphic to the Printer.
object again using the ImageHeight and ImageWidth parameters to scale the picture to the. Printer s canvas eg,pic2 new TPicture,pic2 AxbarcodeProxy1 Picture. set the target rectangle for drawing on the printer. change from mm to pixels,Prntr Printer,i GetDeviceCaps Prntr Handle LOGPIXELSX. pScalex 1000 i 254 100 pixels per mm,10 Introduction Active Barcode Component. i GetDeviceCaps Prntr Handle LOGPIXELSY,pScaley 1000 i 254 100 pixels per mm. ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageWidth,ii int ft pScalex 100 0.
ft AxbarcodeProxy1 ImageHeight,jj int ft pScaley 100 0. Rect Left 200,Rect Top 200,Rect Right Rect Left ii. Rect Bottom Rect Top jj,Prntr BeginDoc,Prntr Canvas StretchDraw Rect pic2 Graphic. Prntr EndDoc, where pScalex and pScaley are for converting the picture units to printer pixels. Using Active Barcode Component in a Container, Active Barcode Component may be inserted into Container programs such as WordPad.
generally by selecting Insert Object from the EDIT or INSERT menus and choosing. Axbarcode Control from the list of options presented. The properties of the barcode image may be set by selecting the barcode and either double. clicking on it or by summoning its Property Pages dialog from the Edit Axbarcode Control. Object menu item, The Property Pages dialog provides a tabbed dialog box containing four pages. The General Page provides the user with the opportunity to set the Codetype the Code value. the Caption and the target height and width Checkboxes are provided to allow the Nominal. size to be specified valid only for barcodes which have a nominal size and for the check. digit to be calculated automatically for those codes which have check digits An X unit box. allows the width of the barcode to be calculated by the control using the X unit size The X. unit is the width of the thinnest bar in mils 0 001 inches not mm If X is provided as 0. then the width of the barcode is determined by the content of the width box. Details of the properties are given in the Reference section. Active Barcode Component Introduction 11, The Options page enables most of the remaining properties to be specified either through. checkboxes or by specifying numerical values in the edit boxes. The Font Colours page allows the foreground bars and text colour and the background. colour to be selected from the system colours available and the Font properties for text. under the barcode image to be selected from the normal Windows Font dialog. 12 Introduction Active Barcode Component, Note that the size of the font selected will be correctly reproduced only when the metafile is. displayed at the size specified in the target height and width boxes on the Code page The. metafiles image created if fully resizable so changing the size of the barcode image will also. change the actual size of the font used for the text. Each Property page contains an OK button which if pushed causes the current contents of all. the pages to be used in re creating the barcode image The pages also contain a Cancel button. that may be used to close the Property pages dialog and discard any changes made. Using the Active Barcode Component in Access, Microsoft Access is a database that holds data in tables When an Active Barcode Component. is added to an Access Form or Report as an ActiveX control the component s Properties list. allows the user to select one of the Table fields as a Source of the components data ie the. data to appear in the barcode, The Record Source may be selected from a drop down list in the form or report s properties.
list and the barcode s Control Source may be selected from the drop down list in the. component s properties list All other properties code type size font etc can be selected. from the other entries in the Access Properties list at design time. This allows barcode creation to be fully automatic for every record in a database. Of course a barcode image that is the same on every record may also be created by ensuring. that the Control Source entry on the component s properties list is empty and the required. data is entered for the Caption property, A sample Access database is included with the distribution.


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