Hosted Linear Barcode Generator Webservice

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Hosted Linear Barcode Generator Webservice

by Nate Schubert

New Products:
Hosted Linear Barcode Generator Web Service
Our new IDAutomation Hosted Linear Barcode Generator Web Service is a server-based XML image generator that supplies barcodes to applications that can consume web services.

Primary Features include:
> Integrate dynamic barcodes into applications that support Web Services.
> No software to install – hosted and managed on our tier-one network server in Dallas, Texas.
> Returns a streamed image – multiple image types supported.
> All linear barcode types are implemented in a single package.
> Supports standards including XML and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol).

For more information about our IDAutomation Hosted Linear Barcode Generator Web Service, please visit: https://www.idautomation.com/hosted-saas-barcode-generator/ and to try the online demo, please visit: https://www.idautomation.com/hosted-saas-barcode-generator/user-manual/#Free_Demo.

Product Updates:
.NET Barcode Forms Control
Our new updated version of the IDAutomation .NET Barcode Forms Control version 6.6 now includes the RFID Component Encoder & DLL. The IDAutomation RFID Component is a DLL Encoder that provides an easy method to encode data in RFID tags. Using this component, RFID smart labels can be encoded and barcodes can be printed at the same time from custom .NET software applications. The IDAutomation RFID Label Software uses these components together for this purpose.

For more information about our IDAutomation .NET Barcode Forms Control, please visit: http://www.idautomation.com/formscontrols/ and to download a demo of the package, please visit: http://www.idautomation.com/formscontrols/download.html.

If an active Priority Support and Upgrade Subscription through RegNow is in effect, please contact IDAutomation with the order ID number to receive the updated download link.

If an active support agreement is in effect through IDAutomation’s store, please go back to the store online and go to “My Account”: http://store.idautomation.com/login-st-order.asp Enter the user name, which is the email address and the password that created at the time of order. Then when logging in, the invoice should appear on the screen and in the upper right hand corner, there will be a link to “My Downloads”. This will be the location to download the update.

To reactivate the Priority Support and Upgrade Subscription, please visit: http://www.idautomation.com/extended/about.html