Found the problem. Our keyboards were mapped so the big Enter key was
mapped to [enter] and the right Ctrl key was mapped to [field exit]. I
changed them so the Enter key was [field exit] and the right Ctrl key was
[enter]. Once that change was made, the scan worked as expected.

CHECK(FE) was one of the 5 that I tried as listed in my original post. It
didn't work.

Thanks to all that helped on and off the list.
Mark Plank

On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 12:06 PM, Vinay Gavankar <vinaygav@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If you have Field Exit in the barcode, you should try CHECK(FE).

Vinay


On 10/13/09, J M Plank <plank.computer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I redefined SQTY with 0 decimals and I'm still getting 0000015 with a
"Enter
key not allowed in field" (the vendors CHECK(RB) is being used). But
this
gives me a couple of other ideas to try. Wasp washed their hands on this
-
"it works in Windows so it must be a software issue".

Mark Plank

On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 10:58 AM, Vinay Gavankar <vinaygav@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

It looks like SQTY is defined with 2 decimals (since you say that it
displays as 1104615.00), so it is taking up 10 positions on the screen.
Try
defining it with 0 decimals.

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