Scott,

Yes, I'm talking about Java specific software/SDK's (actually, if it were
written RPG/C/COBOL/C for the iSeries that would be fine, I just can't find
any such animal).  And I should have been more specific.  The images have
already been scanned and are being stored as TIFF's or some other image
format.  I can convert as necessary, so that's not a big deal.

Tasman's stuff says it will read barcodes in a java.awt.Image or
java.awt.image.BufferedImage instance, and this is what I'm looking for.  I
would just like more than one or two choices if possible.

Mike E.




                                                                                
                                     
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Since this is the Java list, are you talking about Java specific
software/SDKs???

How scanned? Flat bed or with a barcode scanner?  Most barcode scanners
have 'software' in them to decode the barcode into human readable stuff. If
it is the type that plugs in-line with the keyboard, you just need a field
on the screen to accept the decoded data.

-- Scott

> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: barcode recognition software
>
>
> Anyone out there know of any software or SDK's available that
> will read
> barcodes from scanned images?  I've found a couple of things
> that look like
> they might work (One from Tasman and one from AccuSoft), but
> I'd like to
> see if there are any others.
>
> Native 400 apps would be fine as well, but I haven't found
> anything along
> those lines.
>
> Thanks!
> Mike E.

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