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Is it compatible with CC-A (GS1 DataBar Limited)?

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Does it support limited databar in CC-A format like the title?

A sample image of the barcode is attached.

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Currently Aspose.Barcode can generate MicroPDF and DatabarLimited separately. It is not supported together as CC-A format.

I can create implementation task, but I don’t think that it will be solved quickly.

thank you for your reply.

At present, it is not possible to create a set, right?
Is it possible to implement it even now by combining two barcodes?
I don’t know how to read this barcode, but
I feel that it is difficult to align the 2D part and the barcode part.
Is it not related to the two positions for reading?

I would be happy if I could create it at the same time …

Best regard.

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BARCODENET-37925 - Is it compatible with CC-A (GS1 DataBar Limited)?

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Hi. Thank you for your reply.

I am looking forward to the results.
Best regard.

You are welcome.

I found a parameter called Is2DCompositeComponent, what happens if I set this to true?
When I tried it, it didn’t seem to change.


It is mark that this barcode has 2D composite component. It it not encode additional information it just add mark about 2D additional component to barcode. You can manually combine Databar with 2D composite component and MicroPDF417 on the same image, however it can be difficult without knowledge of standard.

All combination is described in ISO/IEC 24723:2010.

We created issue to add support of GS1 Composite bar code symbology specifications but it is planed on 2022.

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Thank you for your quick reply.

I see, was it a flag to incorporate the fact that it is a set with the 2D barcode in the 1D barcode?

It seems difficult to install manually.
I will wait for the good news in 2022.

thank you!

You are welcome.