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Barcode generation from Java

 
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I need to generate 'Barcode' for a number given from my application.
I have explored 'barcode4j', but I don't know how to integrate it with my
java application.

Is there any other way available to generate barcodes?

Please help.
[ September 29, 2006: Message edited by: Ganesh MV ]
 
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You've not really explored barcode4j if you haven't run it or seen how it slots into your system.
If the documentation isn't helpful enough they have a mailing list as well and the archives should be helpful too. Sorry if this is vague but you don't have a specific problem, on a POC a while back I used barcode4j and it worked rather nicely.
I can't recall any alternatives at the time, I found barcode4j and tried that and didn't look any further.
 
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Thank you for your reply. I have integrated barcode4j with
my application. It is really working fine. your words gave
the confidence for me to explore it deeply. thanks a lot
 
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