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Features of ASP.NET UPC-A Barcode Images
UPC-A barcode is widely applied to retail for tracking trade items in stores in North America, UK, Australia and New Zealand etc. It is also known as Universal Product Code version A, UPC-A Supplement 5/Five-digit Add-On, UPC-A Supplement 2/Two-digit Add-On.
It is able to encode ten characters (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9).
UPC-A barcode symbols may be accompanied by an Add-On symbol (with different digits).
Generate UPC-A Barcode with Controller in ASP .NET Web Forms
Add BarcodeLib.Barcode.ASP.NET.dll to your Visual Studio Toolbox and you will see four items (LinearASPNET, QRCodeASPNET, PDF417ASPNET & DataMatrixASPNET).
Go to the unzipped trial package to find "barcode" folder and copy "linear.aspx" and "linear.aspx.cs" to the project you have created.
Drag and drop LinearASPNET to the aspx page where your UPC-A barcode image will be generated.
Choose your barcode type (under Type item) and other barcode settings through Properties window. These properties of UPC-A barcode image can be set in the application: Type, Data, SData, Size (UOM, ImageWidth, ImageHeight, BarWidth, BarHeight,LeftMargin, RightMargin, TopMargin and BottomMargin, ResizeImage and Resolution).
Run the project and you will see the generated UPC-A barcode image.
Generate UPC-A Barcode Images in C# & VB.NET and IIS
Generate C# & VB.NET UPC-A barcodes
Add reference (BarcodeLib.Barcode.ASP.NET.dll) to your .NET project and implement encoding.