Data for most types of barcodes
AFP Enhancer and AFP Editor let you create Code 39, Data Matrix, Interleaved 2-of-5, PDF417 (AFP Editor only), POSTNET, and QR Code barcode objects that follow the AFP Bar Code Content Object Architecture (BCOCA). AFP Enhancer and AFP Editor use the default values for all BCOCA properties and display the default properties you can change.
For information about the default values, see Bar Code Object Content Architecture Reference, S544-3766.
AFP Enhancer lets you define a barcode with the Content Expression Language (CEL). Components of CEL expressions include index values, document properties, job properties, keywords, and static text.
AFP Editor lets you specify this data to encode in the barcode symbol, in any combination, provided that the data is allowed in the barcode type:
- The value of one or more index tags. (For example, if the routing ZIP Code in an AFP file is an index tag, you can include the ZIP Code in the barcode data.) If the index tag value is different in every page group, the barcode data for the index tag is different in every page group.
- The value of one or more job properties (such as job number). The barcode data for a job property is the same in every page group.
- Text. The barcode data for text is the same in every page group.
- Human-readable interpretation (HRI).
- Code page encoding.