We find a solution, thanks to this SAP tool prints the images ....
It will be the only way ????
It would be good to be able to find another intrinsic method of ZebraDesigner, to know if it exists or not.
The solution was thanks to a colleague (Marcos) who found the site http://www.jcgonzalez.com/img-to-zpl-online.
All you have to do is assemble the image with the correct size and orientation, then in the ZPL.
I use the compressed ZPL.
You can print your images using ^GF ZPL command:
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Dmitry Prokhorov, thanks for answering.
If you appreciate the code I passed before ... GF is what I use or use to print the Z64 encoding made by ZebraDesigner. With GF I can print from an application developed on VB6 and vb.net, and I can also see the logo at http://labelary.com/viewer.html. The problem is that SAP, for some reason, does not interpret the z64 encoding. For the moment we solve the problem with the method I mentioned before.
I give you an example of the method used to print from SAP thanks to http://www.jcgonzalez.com/img-to-zpl-online (convert an image to the ASCII hexadecimal).
You will see that you use ^ GFA without the need for X64 and it works excellently. here the only problem is that you must assemble and orient the image according to the need ... thus becoming less flexible when designing.