What watermark do you mean? The "DEMO" banner over the barcode? Such a
thing is definitely out of scope for Barcode4J. You can paint something
like that by yourself over a barcode using Java2D or some other means.
Same for the text below the symbol. Furthermore, the symbol shown is
most probably an AzTec code which is not supported by Barcode4J, yet. So
I don't think I can help you.
On 26.03.2009 07:46:49 Praveen Das wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am proud to say that i am using Barcode4j to develop 2D
> Barcodes for my application.
> I came across a need wherein i need to print a water mark on the barcode,
> when the barcode is expired.
> How do i go about doing it..?
> I have attached a sample barcode which i happened to come across in the
> Lufthansa site. Please do have a look at it.
> Looking forward for a reply from you,
> Praveen Das,
> MMP Software Development Private Ltd.
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