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code for capturing values from BARCODE Label using Scanner into SAP FIelds

Hi Gurus

i am a functional consultant and have not worked on <b>BARCode label Scanning</b> using a barcode Scanner, For my project i need to Sccan a BArcode label which has 25 fields and need to populate it into 16 SAP fields.

and these values are then saved in a custom Z table from whwre it can be used for other t-codes and reports

So can anyone please help me as to how to do this and is there any steps for uplaoding this data directly while scanning the label??

Thanks in advance for your help and appreciate your responses

Regards

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 06:27 AM

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 06:36 AM

    Hi,

    There were tools and method by which we can read barcode data.

    Can you please let me know what is the instrument you are using and whether it was integrated with SAP or not?.. If not you can as barcode reader manufacturer for some executable files for to read the current value of barcode. By executing those files we can read the current value of Barcode into SAP through some function modules.

    Thanks,

    Saida Rao

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