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Issue with Databar Schema

I am having an issue creating a Databar Expanded version of the following string (Note: it appears ‘stacked’ but is identified as Databar expanded):

'08110100775670992573125110711101107219211030193140420’

I get strings similar to this consistently from my barcode scanning software (Note: it isn’t Aspose); however, when I try to generate these barcode strings as Databar Expanded, I consistently get the following error from Aspose:

Allowed schemas for codetext are:
1. (01)*** - 13 or 14 digits
2. (up to 5 digits)*** - Max 100 chars (depending on text this value may be lower) . Allowed are: 0-9 A-Z a-z and some punctuations
3. (01)(3103) - AI 01 must start with 9. Value cannot be greater than 32767 and must be 6 digits long
4. (01)(3202) - AI 01 must start with 9. Value cannot be greater than 9999 and must be 6 digits long
5. (01)(3203) - AI 01 must start with 9. Value cannot be greater than 22767 and must be 6 digits long
6. (01)(392x) - AI 01 must start with 9. Value must be max 20 chars (see item 2). X must be between 0 and 3
7. (01)(393x) - AI 01 must start with 9. Value must be max 20 chars (see item 2). X must be between 0 and 3
8. (01)(310x)*(11) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
9. (01)(320x)*(11) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
10. (01)(310x)*(13) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
11. (01)(320x)*(13) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
12. (01)(310x)*(15) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
13. (01)(320x)*(15) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
14. (01)(310x)*(17) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long
15. (01)(320x)*(17) - Value (date) must be in YYMMDD format and must be 6 digits long

I was under the assumption that even though the original barcode appeared to be ‘stacked’ that the schema would still be supported by Databar expanded, just in a longer barcode. Is this not working because Aspose doesnt support Databar Stacked yet? Or could there possibly be a schema missing?

I can supply more examples if needed.

Joe

Hi Joseph,


Thank you for contacting support. It looks as it is because Aspose does not support Databar Stacked. I have logged an investigation as BARCODENET-33817 in our issue tracking system. Our development team will look into the matter. I’ll recommend you share a few more strings as well. We’ll get back to you soon.

Hi Joseph,


We hope you are fine there. We have an update regarding your issue id BARCODENET-33817. Our development team has gone through the investigation of this issue and found that your proposed code text is not valid. The code text for Databar must contain bracketed symbols, e.g. ‘(’ and ‘)’. Since the error message is correct. We don’t support Databar Stacked yet. We’ll let you know once it is supported. I’ve linked your request against this feature (BARCODENET-33626). Please let us know your findings or thoughts on this.

Hi Joe,


Thank you for being patient. We have a good news for you that the issue id BARCODENET-33626 has now been resolved. If there is no issue in the QA phase, then its fix will be included in the next version of Aspose.BarCode for .NET 6.6.0. Its release date is not final yet. We’ll let you know through this forum thread as soon as the new release is published.

The issues you have found earlier (filed as BARCODENET-33626) have been fixed in this update.


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Hi Joe,


Thank you for being patient. We have a good news for you that the issue id BARCODENET-33817 has now been resolved. If there is no issue in the QA phase, then this fix will be included in the next version of Aspose.BarCode for .NET 6.7.0. We’ll inform you via this forum thread as soon as the new release is published.

The issues you have found earlier (filed as BARCODENET-33817) have been fixed in this update.


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