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how to read barcode code 39 type from scanner?

 
sureshreddy govindu
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hi all,


i have barcode code-39 format. how to i read this value from reader??? give me suggessions to plan???

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Madhan Sundararajan Devaki
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Please find out whether, the Barcode Reader comes with a Java library exposing APIs that can be used to manipulate the Barcode Reader. If so, please use it, if not, please use JNI to access APIs exposed by the device driver of the Barcode Reader.
 
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thanks to reply,


i am using rs 232 barcode scanner. this barcode scanner not give any doc and jar for java. if you know, give me url of the site.
 
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Maybe this?
http://www.ccdscanner.net/barcode-scanner-rs232-wisnap-wifi-rs232-serial-adapter-with-osx-and-javaterm.html

It uses Java IO. Maybe you could find the program used?
cc11rocks

EDIT : The program they use is "JavaTerm" I believe. It is for all platforms and is made in Java. Maybe you'll figure something out with this?
http://serialio.com/support/jspJavaTerm.php

EDIT (2) : In this next article, I found these (Same website, different webpage) :

http://serialio.com/products/serialport/packages.php

"Java Source Code for JavaTerm application." Under "Standard". Search for this when you go the site. Good luck!

"Java Source code for javax.comm.SerialPort implementation." & "Java Source code for modem classes." Under "Enterprise Windows Pack".

"Java Source code for javax.comm.SerialPort implementation." & "Java Source code for modem classes." Under "Enterprise Unix Pack".

"Java Source code for javax.comm.SerialPort implementation." & "Java Source code for modem classes." Under "Enterprise Mac Pack".

I also found more things related to "Source code" on the page
 
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