ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 Updated – New WebPrintJobGroup class, GZIP & Deflate Compression and more

A new maintenance release of ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 is available containing the following:

  • New! Added new WebPrintJobGroup class for printing multiple WebPrintJob objects from ASP.NET!
  • New! TLClientPrint utility now supports GZIP & Deflate compressions to improve printing performance from ASP.NET
  • New! Added overloads to some PrintUtils’ methods to specify PrinterSettings parameter
  • Improved! An exception will be thrown if an invalid or not supported DataSource object is specified
  • Improved! Optimization for Code128 auto encoding
  • Fixed! MicroQR Code bug in Error Correction algorithm
  • Fixed! Bug in operator == when objects are Null
  • Fixed! Bug in Visual Editor Add-on component for Windows Forms when LabelDocumentFrameBackgroundImage property is set to an empty string

You can download and update the product by using the download link which can be found in the license email or in the Download section of our website.

The “Assembly Version” of the dlls have not changed but the “File Version”. Here is the list of the new “File version” attributes:

  • Neodynamic.SDK.ThermalLabel.dll patched to v5.0.3500.16
  • Neodynamic.Windows.ThermalLabelEditor.dll patched to v5.0.3500.13
  • TLClientPrint.exe patched to v1.0.3500.3
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Problems and issues related to Barcode fonts

Are you thinking about using a barcode font? Think twice!

In his post titled “Barcode Font Problems“, Mr. Nachtrieb (who has 30+ years of hands-on experience in barcode technology and runs barcode-test.com) talks about common problems related to barcode fonts. It’s a worth reading and in addition to it, we can add our own points against barcode fontware

 

 

Print multiple files from ASP.NET to client printers

Suppose you have an ASP.NET website and you need to print two different documents or reports to two different printers installed at the client machine. Let’s say you want to print an “Invoice” to Printer1 and a “Dispatch Form” to Printer2. Both Printer1 & Printer2 are available at the client machine.

Is this your case? Then take a look at this article that provides you some sample code on how to do that in just a few lines of code!

WebClientPrint 2.0 for Windows clients Update – Print multiple files to different printers

We’re glad to announce a new update to WebClientPrint 2.0 for Windows clients (wcpp.exe). This new update includes:

[New!] By using a special file name formatting, now it is possible to distribute a set of files from your ASP.NET website and print them to different printers available at the client side!

This update requires the installation of the client software only.

Download WebClientPrint Processor2.0 for Windows

The “File version” value for this update is:

> wcpp.exe patched to v2.0. 0.4

WebClientPrint 2.0 for Windows clients Update – Improved HTTPS/SSL support

We’re excited to announce a new update to WebClientPrint 2.0 for Windows clients (wcpp.exe). This new update includes:

[Improved!] Improved support for printing files and printer commands from sites hosted under https (ssl/tls)! This new build does no longer leverages OpenSSL dll and all the new code is built-in the wcpp.exe

This update requires the installation of the client software only.

Download WebClientPrint Processor2.0 for Windows

The “File version” value for this update is:

> wcpp.exe patched to v2.0. 0.3