Hi, I've been read about how designe a custom templates like (zebra_info pic), I'd like to implement that in Java, but when a try it, I don't find the way, I use the examples on the Demo on de ZSDK API but I'd like to understand how They send many xml to build the label with differents items and so on or how implement the match betweend zpl's files and xml's files. Thanks in advance for any help.
Does RFID3 (com.mot.rfid.api3) library support/contain serial port? if no, do you have any recommendation which serial port library is proven to work in FX9500 or FX9600?
My company is writing application for customer, that allows him to scan his goods using Zebra DS3608 scanner. Barcode is a 3 multinumber fields separated by Group Separator signs. My software replaces GS signs with ';' in Swing KeyListener and extract this data later in the process.
I have discovered issues when using this scanner. It is connected to Win10 PC through USB as HID device. When i am scanning into my application sometimes there are some random ASCII characters instead of GS sign (○, ↔, ˘) which causes error in my process.
I developed an APP to run on Zebra TC20 with Android, I am using Printtoth library to print in one thermal printer. My APP is printing nomally when the printer is in ESC/POS mode, but if I change the printer's configuration to TPCL for Label feed control, than the it looks like the printer receive the command but doesn't print. I anyone knows how to control the printer's behaviour by software please share.
I am trying to run a java application (.jar file) in FX9600 RFID Reader through telnet but I am getting error as "java not found".
But, as far as my knowledge, FX9600 reader comes with java pre-installed.
Java was working in RFID reader 2-3 before.
Please if somebody already faced this issue, I would greatly appreciate the help!.
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