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1 Create!form Barcodes User Guide

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3 Barcodes User Guide Version 6.3 Copyright Bottomline Technologies, Inc All Rights Reserved Printed in the United States of America Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Bottomline Technologies. Bottomline Technologies makes no warranties with respect to this documentation and disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for particular purpose. Bottomline Technologies 325 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH Telephone: (603) Fax: (603) Internet: SWR-AEBCUG63-REF

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5 T ABLE OF CONTENTS v Chapter 1: Overview. 7 Introduction Barcode Standards How to Install Barcodes Printer Requirements 11 Distribution Files PostScript Dictionary Files PostScript Printer Fonts. 12 Preparing the Printer for Barcodes Chapter 2: Barcode Standards..15 Code 3 of Dictionary File for Code 3 of PDF Dictionary File for PDF USS Dictionary File for USS EAN-8 and EAN Dictionary File for EAN-8 23 Dictionary File for EAN UCC/EAN Dictionary File for UCC/EAN Interleaved 2 of Dictionary File for Interleaved 2 of Postnet Dictionary File for Postnet Dictionary File for Postnet-FIM 29 UPC 30 Distribution File for UPC-A Distribution Files for UPC-A-FDA.. 31 Distribution Files for UPC-E.. 32 ISS MaxiCode.. 33 Dictionary Files for ISS MaxiCode.. 34 Barcodes v

6 vi Appendix A: References..35 vi Barcodes

7 Chapter 1: Overview CHAPTER OVERVIEW Topics covered in this chapter are: Introduction Barcode Standards How to Install Barcodes Printer Requirements Distribution Files Preparing the Printer for Barcodes Barcodes 7

8 8 OVERVIEW Introduction Introduction Create!form enables you to integrate barcoding systems with your application. In most cases no change to your application will be necessary. Barcode systems originated in the 1930s but were not used in earnest until the early 1970s. A universal barcode system for general use was not introduced until the early 1980s. The main reason barcodes have become more popular recently is because more sophisticated equipment, in particular laser printers and hand held laser scanners, have been developed. Barcode symbology (its alphabet) is designed to meet specific market requirements and many different kinds of barcodes have carved a niche for themselves in particular industries. Static and variable barcodes objects can be inserted into forms with Create!form Designer. 8 Barcodes

9 OVERVIEW Barcode Standards 9 Barcode Standards A variety of barcode standards are available. Your choice of barcode standard will be based on the standards used in your industry. You should consult your industry associations for information on the barcode standard your industry has adopted. Create!form Designer supports the following standards: Code 3 of 9 USS-128 PDF 417 EAN-8 EAN-13 UCC/EAN-128 Interleaved 2 of 5 Postnet MaxiCode UPC Barcodes 9

10 10 OVERVIEW How to Install Barcodes How to Install Barcodes Barcode dictionaries for each of the above standards are automatically installed when you install the Create!form Designer. In the event that barcodes have been removed from Create!form Designer they may be re-installed by copying each of the *.BAR files from the \Utilities\Barcodes\bar directory on the installation CD into the \<install path>\temp directory, where <install path> is the directory into which you installed Create!form. When Create!form Designer is next run, the barcodes will be added automatically. 10 Barcodes

11 OVERVIEW Printer Requirements 11 Printer Requirements Any PostScript printer can be used to print barcodes provided it has sufficient memory. Refer to Chapter 2, Standards, for the memory requirements specific to your barcode. A PostScript Level 2+ printer is recommended for printing custom forms designed in the Create!form Designer. Barcodes 11

12 12 OVERVIEW Distribution Files Distribution Files There are two types of files installed for use with barcodes: PostScript dictionary files PostScript printer fonts PostScript Dictionary Files For every barcode standard there is a PostScript dictionary file. This file is transferred to your Windows print server or printer when a form project containing barcodes is transferred. By default, the dictionary files are installed to the following directory: <install dir>\systemresource\barcode PostScript Printer Fonts The Universal Product Code UPC barcode as well as the EAN-8 and EAN-13 barcodes make use of the font CLSOCRB.FNT. This font is used by Create!form Designer and should be stored both on your PC, Windows print server and printer. This font is transferred to your Windows print server or printer when the form project containing barcodes is transferred. By default, the FNT files are copied to the following directory: <install dir>\systemresource\font 12 Barcodes

13 OVERVIEW Preparing the Printer for Barcodes 13 Preparing the Printer for Barcodes Transferring a form project containing barcodes to the Windows print server or printer will automatically load the required barcode dictionaries and fonts. Barcodes 13

14 14 OVERVIEW Preparing the Printer for Barcodes 14 Barcodes

15 Chapter 2: Barcode Standards CHAPTER BARCODE STANDARDS Topics covered in this chapter are: Code 3 of 9 PDF 417 USS-128 EAN-8 and EAN-13 UCC/EAN-128 Interleaved 2 of 5 Postnet UPC ISS MaxiCode Barcodes 15

16 16 BARCODE STANDARDS Code 3 of 9 Code 3 of 9 Encoding Standard: Uniform Symbology Specification There are a number of variations or densities for Code 3 of 9 (Uniform Symbology Specification). For example, CODE 39 [3.00] is a barcode name that appears in the barcode list box of the Barcode Information dialog. The density in characters per inch appears in brackets. There are 12 densities available ranging from 9.4 to 0.7. Each barcode sequence begins and ends with an asterisk * and an optional check digit. When calculating the density you require, remember that these characters are added to the characters you input. You do not need to change your application programs as these will be added automatically. Create!form Designer provides an option to automatically calculate the check digit for you. This check digit is not its only checking facility. The design of the barcode characters makes it a naturally self checking code. The check digit option is provided as an extended checking facility. You should consult your industry association on whether you should be using the check digit option. It is normally not used. Standard Code 3 of 9 supports only a subset of the ASCII characters. These are: 0 to 9, A to Z, dash, period, space, dollar, slash, plus and percentage. Code 3 of 9 can be extended to support the full ASCII character set by encoding an ASCII character outside the above range to two characters in the range. Memory Requirements: 18k 16 Barcodes

17 BARCODE STANDARDS Code 3 of 9 17 For example a is represented by +A and? as %J. Refer to the table on the following page for a full list of extended characters. Table 2.1: First Character $ % / + A SOH ESC! A B STX FS " b C ETX GS # c D EOT RS S d E ENQ US % e F ACK ; & f G BELL < g H BS = ( h I HT > ) i Second Character J LF? * j K VT [ + k L FF l M CR ] m N SO ^ n O SI? o P DLE { p Q DC1 q R DC2 } r S DC3 ~ s T DC4 DEL t U NAK NUL u V SYN v W ETB w X CAN DEL x Y EM DEL y Z SUB DEL : z Barcodes 17

18 18 BARCODE STANDARDS Code 3 of 9 Dictionary File for Code 3 of 9 This section details the files that are installed with Code 3 of 9. CODE39: PostScript dictionary for Code 3 of 9 Note As the Code 3 of 9 standard allows for variable length data, the size (width and height) of the resulting barcode will be dependent upon the density selected and the number of characters used. Table 2.2: Bar File Code 39 (0.75) / Code 39 (0.75) Full ASCII Code 39 (0.85) / Code 39 (0.85) Full ASCII Code 39 (1.42) / Code 39 (1.42) Full ASCII Code 39 (1.50) / Code 39 (1.50) Full ASCII Code 39 (1.55) / Code 39 (1.55) Full ASCII Code 39 (1.70) / Code 39 (1.70) Full ASCII Code 39 (1.87) / Code 39 (1.87) Full ASCII Code 39 (2.04) / Code 39 (2.04) Full ASCII Density printed at 0.75 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 0.85 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 1.42 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 1.50 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 1.55 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 1.70 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 1.87 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control code printed at 2.04 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes 18 Barcodes

19 BARCODE STANDARDS Code 3 of 9 19 Table 2.2: Code 39 (3.00) / Code 39 (3.00) Full ASCII Code 39 (5.40) / Code 39 (5.40) Full ASCII Code 39 (7.80) / Code 39 (7.80) Full ASCII Code 39 (9.40) / Code 39 (9.40) Full ASCII printed at 3.00 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 5.40 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 7.80 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes printed at 9.40 characters per inch / All ASCII characters including control codes Barcodes 19

20 20 BARCODE STANDARDS PDF 417 PDF 417 The PDF 417 barcode standard provides a 2-dimensional barcode allowing up to 2000 characters to be represented in a single barcode (the maximum number of characters is dependent upon the density of the barcode). Each PDF 417 barcode is comprised of start and stop indicators which surround the barcode data. These indicators extend the full height of the barcode. The actual size of the barcode as printed is dependent upon the amount of data it represents - the more data, the bigger the barcode. Both the length and width of the barcode will be adjusted to accommodate the data. PDF 417 uses an automatic error correction process and sets the appropriate level according to the input data. This cannot be changed by the user. PDF 417 supports the full ASCII character set, including all control codes. If a control code appears as data for the barcode it will, by default, trigger the control code event (such as 10 to indicate a line feed, 13 to trigger a carriage return, and so on). To prevent control code characters triggering events when read and to ensure the data is rendered as required, the control code character must be entered in the format #!10!#. This six-character format will be output as the single-character data value when the barcode is rendered. Memory Requirements: 153k Dictionary File for PDF 417 PDF417: PostScript dictionary for PDF 417 The following table lists the available denisities for the PDF 417 barcode when printed from Create!form Designer. As described above, the actual size of the barcode is dependent upon the amount of data it represents. Table 2.3: Bar File PDF 417 (4.24) PDF 417 (5.40) PDF 417 (4.24) Trunc PDF 417 (5.40) Trunc Density printed at 4.24 characters per inch printed at 5.40 characters per inch printed at 4.24 characters per inch (truncated) printed at 5.40 characters per inch (truncated) 20 Barcodes

21 BARCODE STANDARDS PDF In the Truncated densities, the right-hand row indicator and portions of the top code are omitted from the barcode. These characters are only required if the barcode becomes damaged. Barcodes 21

22 22 BARCODE STANDARDS USS-128 USS-128 Encoding Standard: Uniform Symbology Specification Memory Requirements: 36k Dictionary File for USS-128 USS128: PostScript dictionary for USS-128 The following table lists the available densities for the USS-128 barcode when printed from Create!form Designer. The actual size of the barcode is dependent upon the amount of data it represents. Table 2.4: BAR File USS-128 (1.82) USS-128 (2.27) USS-128 (3.03) USS-128 (4.55) USS-128 (5.35) USS-128 (6.49) USS-128 (7.57) USS-128 (9.09) USS-128 (10.10) USS-128 (11.35) USS-128 (12.12) Density printed at 1.82 characters per inch printed at 2.27 characters per inch printed at 3.03 characters per inch printed at 4.55 characters per inch printed at 5.35 characters per inch printed at 6.49 characters per inch printed at 7.57 characters per inch printed at 9.09 characters per inch printed at characters per inch printed at characters per inch printed at characters per inch 22 Barcodes

23 BARCODE STANDARDS EAN-8 and EAN EAN-8 and EAN-13 Encoding Standard: European Article Numbering There are a number of variations or densities for both EAN-8 and EAN-13. For example, EAN-13[1.50] is a barcode name that appears in the barcode list box of the Barcode Information dialog. The density magnification of the standard appears in brackets. There are many barcode densities available. For EAN-8 there are 26 densities and for EAN densities, ranging from a magnification of 0.80 to 2.00 of the standard. The EAN-8 barcode densities are preceded by EAN-8; EAN-13 barcode densities are preceded by EAN-13. The last digit is reserved for the check digit and cannot be typed in. EAN-8 allows you to enter exactly 7 numbers. EAN-13 allows you to enter exactly 12 numbers, no more and no less. No other characters are permitted. Memory Requirements: European Article Number (7 digits): 10k European Article Number (12 digits): 13k Dictionary File for EAN-8 EAN8: PostScript dictionary for EAN-8 The following table lists the width and height for EAN-8 barcodes when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Barcodes 23

24 24 BARCODE STANDARDS EAN-8 and EAN-13 Table 2.5: Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point EAN-8 (0.80) EAN-8 (0.85) EAN-8 (0.90) EAN-8 (0.95) EAN-8 (1.00) EAN-8 (1.05) EAN-8 (1.10) EAN-8 (1.15) EAN-8 (1.20) EAN-8 (1.25) EAN-8 (1.30) EAN-8 (1.35) EAN-8 (1.40) EAN-8 (1.45) EAN-8 (1.50) EAN-8 (1.55) EAN-8 (1.60) EAN-8 (1.65) EAN-8 (1.70) EAN-8 (1.75) EAN-8 (1.80) EAN-8 (1.85) EAN-8 (1.90) EAN-8 (1.95) EAN-8 (2.00) Dictionary File for EAN-13 EAN13: PostScript dictionary for EAN Barcodes

25 BARCODE STANDARDS EAN-8 and EAN The following table lists the width and height for the EAN-13 barcodes when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Table 2.6: Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point EAN13 (0.80) EAN13 (0.85) EAN13 (0.90) EAN13 (0.95) EAN13 (1.00) EAN13 (1.05) EAN13 (1.10) EAN13 (1.15) EAN13 (1.20) EAN13 (1.25) EAN13 (1.30) EAN13 (1.35) EAN13 (1.40) EAN13 (1.45) EAN13 (1.50) EAN13 (1.55) EAN13 (1.60) EAN13 (1.65) EAN13 (1.70) EAN13 (1.75) EAN13 (1.80) EAN13 (1.85) EAN13 (1.90) EAN13 (1.95) EAN13 (2.00) Barcodes 25

26 26 BARCODE STANDARDS UCC/EAN-128 UCC/EAN-128 Encoding Standard: Uniform Code Council, Uniform Symbology Specification, European Article Numbering There a number of variations of densities for UCC/EAN-128 barcodes. For example UCC/EAN-128 (10.10), is a barcode name that appears in a barcode list box of the barcode information dialog. The density magnification of the standard appears in brackets. There are barcode densities available. For UCC/EAN there are 11 densities. The UCC/EAN-128 barcode densities are preceded by UCC EAN-128. Memory Requirements: 41k Dictionary File for UCC/EAN-128 UCC128: PostScript dictionary for UCC/EAN Barcodes

27 BARCODE STANDARDS Interleaved 2 of 5 27 Interleaved 2 of 5 Encoding Standard: Uniform Symbology Specification There are a number of variations or densities for Interleaved 2 of 5 barcodes. For example, Code 25[16.7] is a barcode name that appears in the barcode box list box of the Barcode Information dialog. The density magnification of the standard appears in brackets. There are many densities available. For Interleaved 2 of 5 there are 4 densities. The Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode densities are preceded by Code 25. Memory Requirements: 23k Dictionary File for Interleaved 2 of 5 CODE25: PostScript dictionary for Interleaved 2 of 5 Barcodes 27

28 28 BARCODE STANDARDS Postnet Postnet There are a number of Postnet standards. The standards installed with Create!form Designer are: Postnet Postnet-Delivery Point Postnet-FIM There is one density for each type of Postnet barcode. For example, FIM is a barcode name that appears in the barcode list box of the Barcode Information dialog. Postnet requires 9 numberic characters, Postnet-Delivery Point requires 11 numeric characters and Postnet-FIM requires 1 numeric character. Memory Requirements: 2 Postnet 11k 2 Postnet-Delivery Point:... 11k 2 Postnet-FIM:. 9k Dictionary File for Postnet POSTNET: PostScript dictionary for Postnet The following table lists the width and height for the Postnet-Delivery Point barcode when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Table 2.7: Bar File Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point Delivery Point (4.17) Barcodes

29 BARCODE STANDARDS Postnet 29 Dictionary File for Postnet-FIM FIM: PostScript dictionary for Postnet-FIM Barcodes 29

30 30 BARCODE STANDARDS UPC UPC Encoding Standard: Universal Product Code There are a wide variety of UPC standards. The standards installed with Create!form Designer are: UPC-A UPC-E UPC is a fixed number character barcode. All UPC versions have the same data input format. SXXXXXXXXXX where S is the number system character and x is any digit 0-9. The National Drug Code (NDC) and National Health Related Items Code (HRI) are UPC-A codes that are administered by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). UPC-A Standard: SXXXXX-XXXXXC UPC-A (FDA) NDC (4-4-2): 30XXX-XXXX-XXC NDC (5-4-1): 3XXXXX-XXXX-XC NDC (5-3-3): 3XXXXX-XXX-XXC HRI (4-6): 38XXX-XXXXXXC HRI (5-5): 9XXXX-XXXXXC UPC-E Standard: 0XXX-XXXC Where C is the automatically calculated check digit. Memory Requirements: (inclusive of memory requirements of CLSOCRB.FNT) Universal Product Code (Regular Symbol) (UPC-A):23k Universal Product Code (Administered by US Food and Drug Administration) 30 Barcodes

31 BARCODE STANDARDS UPC 31 (UPC-A-FDA):30k Universal Product Code (Zero Suppression Symbol) (UPC-A):25k Distribution File for UPC-A Dictionary File for UPC-A UPCAPostScript dictionary for UPCA Font File for UPC-A CLSOCRBPatient Flow System PostScript OCRB font The following table lists the width and height for the UPC-A barcode when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Table 2.8: Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point UPCA-Standard Distribution Files for UPC-A-FDA Dictionary File for UPC-A-FDA UPCAFDA: PostScript dictionary for UPCAFDA Font File for UPC-A-FDA CLSOCRB: Create!form PostScript OCRB font The following tables list the width and height for UPC-A-FDA barcodes when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Barcodes 31

32 32 BARCODE STANDARDS UPC Table 2.9: National Health Related Items Code Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point UPC-A-HRI (5-5) UPC-A-HRI (4-6) Table 2.10: National Drug Code Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point UPC-A-NDC (4-4-2) UPC-A-NDC (5-3-2) UPC-A-NDC (5-4-1) Distribution Files for UPC-E Dictionary File for UPC-E UPCE: PostScript dictionary for UPCE Font file for UPC-E CLSOCRB: Patient Flow System PostScript OCRB font The following table lists the width and height for the UPC-E barcode when printed from Create!form Designer. The scaling has been set to 1 for both X and Y. Table 2.11: Standard Width Height Inch Cm Point Inch Cm Point UPCE-Standard Barcodes

33 BARCODE STANDARDS ISS MaxiCode 33 ISS MaxiCode Encoding Standard: International Symbology Specification-formerly UPScode ISS MaxiCode is a two-dimensional barcode symbology introduced by UPS in The code is able to encode approximately 100 characters of data in an area of one square inch. Within this small space are two MaxiCode components: black and white hexagons that store information, and a target-like central pattern that allows the symbol to be easily located at hight speeds. MaxiCode is most useful for sorting and tracking cargo and transport packages. Extensive built-in error correction capability means MaxiCode also offers extremely reliable performance which provides for the recovery of symbol information from labels that are damaged. With full ASCII suport and the ability to chain several MaxiCodes together, MaxiCode is a uniquely flexible coding system. The MaxiCode barcode is always of a fixed size, containing a fixed number of hexagonal modules and allows for a primary and a secondary message. There are 5 variations or modes for MaxiCode barcodes. For example, MaxiCode (Mode 3) is a barcode aname that appears in the barcode list box of the Barcode information dialog. The mode of the standard appears in brackets. The following details the differences between each of the MaxiCode modes: Mode 2: Designed for use within the transport industry. The destination address and class of service (as defined by the carrier) is encoded. A Mode 2 barcode has a numeric postal code only. Mode 3: Also designed for use within the transport industry, this mode encodes the destination address and the class of service (as defined by the carrier). A Mode 3 barcode may contain an alphanumeric barcode. Mode 4: Mode 4 indicates that the barcode employs Enhanced Error Correction (EEC) in the primary message and Standard Error Correction (SEC) for the secondary message. Mode 5: Mode 5 indicates that the barcode employs Enhanced Error Correction (EEC) for both the primary and secondary message. Mode 6: Mode 6 indicates that the barcode contains instructions for programming the reader system, and that the Standard Error Correction (SEC) is used for the secondary message. When a Mode 6 symbol is read no data is transmitted. Memory Requirements: 23k Barcodes 33

34 34 BARCODE STANDARDS ISS MaxiCode Dictionary Files for ISS MaxiCode MaxiCode: Patient Flow System MaxiCode dictionary 34 Barcodes

35 Appendix A: References APPENDIX REFERENCES Barcode Standards References 1 Allais, David C. January 1989, Barcode Symbology, INTERMEC. 2 UPC Symbol Specification Manual January 1986, Uniform Code Council, Inc. Dayton. 3 UPC Film Master Verification Manual April 1986, Uniform Code Council, Inc. Dayton. 4 UPC Symbol Location Guidelines Manual September 1986, Uniform Code Council, Inc. Dayton. 5 UPC Guidelines Manual May 1988, Uniform Code Council, Inc. Dayton. 6 Product Numbering and Barcoding, Information Brochure, Australian Product Number Association, Australia. 7 Character set for optical character recognition (OCR-B) January 1975, American National Standard, ANSI X USS-39 Uniform Symbology Specification 1986, AIM. 9 USS-128 Uniform Symbology Specification 1986, AIM. 10 Barcode Symbol for Uniform Commodity Code 1985, Japanese Industrial Standard X Barcode Symbol for Dispatch Unit Code 1987, Japanese Industrial Standard X Application Specification for the UCC-128 Serial Shipping Container Code: (with symbol and shipping label guidelines) 1989, Uniform Code Council, Inc. Dayton. Barcodes 15

36 16 REFERENCES 16 Barcodes

37 I NDEX 37 A Appendix A References 35 B Barcodes distribution files 12 how to install 10 introduction 8 PostScript Dictionary Files 12 PostScript printer fonts 12 preparing the printer 13 printer requirements 11 standards 9 E EAN-8 and EAN S Standards Code 3 of 9 16 dictionary file for code 3 of 9 18 dictionary file for EAN dictionary file for EAN-8 23 dictionary file for Interleaved 2 of 5 27 dictionary file for pdf dictionary file for Postnet 28 dictionary file for Postnet-FIM 29 dictionary file for UCC/EAN dictionary file for USS dictionary files for ISS MaxiCode 34 distribution file for UPC-A 31 distribution file for UPC-A-FDA 31 distribution files for UPC-E 32 Interleaved 2 of 5 27 Barcodes 37

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