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We have printing serial number and found duplicated in sometime

Normally we printed label serial number . There is one serial nuber was duplicated . Please share how to solve it .

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Serial numbers are often printed by custom database applications.

If you've got duplicates, you will need to adjust the counter in the database. Talk to the database programmer.

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I have the same problem but is not the database, we have a log and the aplication just sent 1 job but it seems the printer keeps the previus label, could be something related with memory?

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