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Well, very useful information, I think that I'd like to take a good try.
This topic is interesting. I happened to have some studies on the C# form control recently. I read the C# form control guide and still felt so helpless on the utilization. Hope there are more tutorials for form control.
Very instructive question that I also wonder the good solution. I am new to the gridview control , and I feel so helpless even I'd read the gridview operation guide. The suggestions here are practical. Cheers!
It's very simple. A QR code font or QR code control will generate 2D images. What you need to do is to download and install it on ur system. Through setting, the barcode generating function will be integrated into your project. Then you can start doing your job simply by dragging and dropping...
Here is some sample of generating barcode in C#:
BarCode barcode = new BarCode();
barcode.Symbology = KeepAutomation.Barcode.Symbology.Code39;
barcode.CodeToEncode = "111222333";
barcode.ChecksumEnabled = true;
barcode.X = 1...
I'm not so sure if there is inbuilt barcode component in JD Edwards. You might need to turn to third party tools if JD doesn't have it. Here are two tools may be helpful:
Barcode generator SDK
Barcode reader for NET.