Re: Types of Barcode that can be scanned using Symbol...
This depends on the spec of the MC9090 and which scan engine is installed. Imager versions are capable of reading all common symbologies, 1D versions are limited to linear codes. Check which are enabled in data wedge or Wavelink depending on which application you are using on the device.
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Hi, Firstly you need to know exactly what 'symbology' or type of barcode you are trying to scan. E.G. 128CODE, ect. Once you know this make sure 'DataWedge' is installed and go to the settings section of the software.ensure that the type of barcode you are printing is selected in the settings. After this is should work.
the scanner has several barcode types enabled by default. Other type or lengths must be activated with an programming barcode from the Programm Reference Guide for DS9808.
Please check which kind of barcode are you using.
Download the Program Reference Guide from support.symbol.com
Scan the barcodes from the chapter Symbologies
The scanner engine/output can be used only by one application. If a second application is trying to access the scanner, while in use. The error message will come.
Please check if there are more applications running in background.
Usual MC9090 applications with scanner drivers are Telnet, Datawedge, Rapid Deployment and custom software.
Exit one of the application or try to exit all of them.
Start your scanning application again, no error should appear now.
not sure if you found a solution , but I figure I''ll share mine anyways. we had the same problem in scanning outdoor so this is what we did: there are 2 types of MC9090 standard range and short range. the short range works batter for outdoor sine it has a wider longer beam. you will loose in distance , you will have to come closer to scan but it will work ....
let me know if you came up with something else ...
data types are variables which is used to store values in to the memory for ex: numbers can be stored in the for of integers(int), alphabets and special characters can be storerd as characters(char), date can be stored as date format(date) etc.,
these are called data types:
The link works for me DataWedge provides a convenient mechanism for non-scanning aware
applications to receive data from embedded or connected data
capture devices. It allows the user to capture data into any
application that accepts keyboard input. It supports four types of
Data Feeds: Barcode Scanners, RFID Tag Readers, MSR Readers and
Serial Data Input. It provides user with text/hex data formatting
and prefix/suffix facilities.
New Test and Log Display.
Improved DataWedge Startup Time for MSR and RFID
Gen2 RFID Support
Device enable/disable persistence over cold boot
Virtual Key Support in Prefix/Suffix
Performance improvements for MSR
Enable Serial Interface on startup
Support added for Event based Serial reading.
Delays regarding RFID are fixed.
Several Barcode character mapping issues fixed.
make sure some security software is not blocking your access