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Linear Bar code Decodor for ASP.NET


The linear Bar codes reader SDK is combined into a single DLL that reads linear barcode images in the ASP.NET development environment. This type of linear barcode is easily utilized in web applications with Visual Basic .NET or C# .NET.

Add linear barcode reader into ASP.NET projects


The linear barcodes scanner SDK is completely developed in C# .NET and is 100% managed code, strong named and digitally signed with Authenticode certificates. It has the ability of decoding most common linear barcode images from scanned documents, clipboard and TIFF, JPEG and GIF images. And it may returns a string value for each decoded barcode image. The linear barcode recognition decoder is compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 and above versions. It supports desktop, server and web based projects in common .NET languages including VB.NET and C#. Both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems, including Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 are supported by the linear barcode decoder SDK components. It also decodes GS1 function codes and application identifiers in Code 128 barcodes to industry standards or custom character strings.

Installing the Linear Barcode Scanning Software
1. .NET Framework 2.0 or greater are required
2. Download and unzip the linear barcode decoding package for ASP.NET into a directory on the ASP.NET development environments.
3. Copy the LinearBarcodeReader.dll in the package to the ASP.NET project directory.
4. In Visual Studio, select Project - Add Reference and choose the DLL. Do not copy the DLL to the bin directory. Upon compiling the project, the DLL in the project folder will be copied to the appropriate bin folder with the associated EXE file automatically.

Examples of Displaying the Decoded Data in Text Boxes
C# .NET:
string [] barcodeData= reader.ReadBarcode((Bitmap)barcode.Image);
txtDecodedData.Text = barcodeData[0];
txtSymbology.Text = barcodeData[1];
txtBarPattern.Text = barcodeData[2];