Aspose publishes November 2009 Newsletter for .NET & Java programmers. It highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET and Java components. This month’s technical article demonstrates how to save/retrieve barcode images to/from MySQL databases using Aspose.BarCode for Java. A separate tutorial video shows you how to print barcodes on JasperReports and export it to PDF.
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Migration from MS Office Automation to Aspose – Aspose.Network for .NET
In this month’s newsletter we include information for migrating to Aspose.Network for .NET your Microsoft Office Automation code for getting list of messages from inbox folder of Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox. You can find the detailed article with complete code here.
Technical Article – Save/retrieve barcode images to/from MySQL database
In this article, we will use Aspose.BarCode for Java to generate barcode image and save it in MySQL database. We will then show you how to retrieve the barcode image from database and recognize the codetext from it. You can find the complete article here.
Tutorial Video – Print barcode on JasperReports and export to PDF
In this video tutorial, we will demonstrate how you can design a simple report using Netbeans IDE and iReport plug-in and add a simple image to the report. We will then use Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports to render a barcode image on the report during the runtime and export the report to PDF format for viewing and printing. You can view the video here.
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