We have been using barcodefj in combination with
tasman barcode reader very successfully for a while
We have now encountered a 3rd party vendor that needs
to read our barcode tif images and cannot. Tasman
reads the barcode tif images fine. We are trying
either code128 or code39.
As a test, if we open up the tiff created in
barcode4j in adobe acrobat and/or ms document imaging
and re-save it as a tif, their software reads it.
The re-save almost doubles the file size of the image.
This indicates to me that the barcode is fine but
something about the file format itself is not
friendly to their reader.
We have attempted to get a spec of the format they
want but they cannot produce one.
Are there any parameters in barcode4j that would
change how it is being to saved to compensate for the
I thank anyone in advance for any information that
would push is in the right direction.