Yes, if the barcode was generated using their Dynamic Barcode plugin for Illustrator AND if there is a "Job" setup with the barcode parameters... then yes, it can automatically replace the code using the proper BWR, code type, code, etc...So the Automation Engine workflow scans the document for bar codes, then replaces them with a new code that allows for BWR?
It's more for enforcement of parameters than automatic replacement on provided artwork.I would have to generate the code with the plug in, and only then would the automatically replace the code? Sounds pretty manual.
If you have the time and knowledge to write your own software to do this, then that is great!Okay gotcha, I'm looking to automate. Ill probably end up writing an app to do it, just thought I could save a little time.
which type of the barcode thereIt's more for enforcement of parameters than automatic replacement on provided artwork.
A system that would fully automate that process would have to be able to identify the location and specs of a given barcode -- which in supplied art would just be lines and text. The Esko plugin creates a "barcode" type object, which is how it can automatically replace/adjust it.
ONLY if the Barcode was created with Esko DeskPack DynamicBarcodes (Illustrator plugin), ArtPro, or PackEdge.*So the Automation Engine workflow scans the document for bar codes, then replaces them with a new code that allows for BWR?
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