How to add USPS POSTNET barcode in SSRS 2005 or SSRS 2008 reports
Avapose.Barcode for Reporting Services
  • Easy to use barcode generation DLL assembly for display POSTNET in SSRS
  • Compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 and above
  • Support Reporting Services SQL Server 2005/2008/2008 R2
USPS POSTNET Barcode Generator for Reporting Services
  • Generate USPS POSTNET barcode images on SSRS reports as an integrated control
  • Data binding support binds to database fields in SQL Server by using the barcode creation control
  • Barcode creator DLLs for SSRS are 100% managed code created in C#.NET
  • Generate custom USPS POSTNET barcode in size as requirements for Reporting Services reports
  • Draw dynamic USPS POSTNET in graphics objects as well as in image files
  • Export USPS POSTNET barcode on SSRS reports in image formats like gif, png, bmp, and jpeg
  • Easily adjust the USPS POSTNET barcode width and height, margins, white space and etc.
  • Royalty-free licenses are available for developers for distribution
  • Offer free technical support and free update after purchasing the product
The SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) Barcode Generation Control is able to add USPS POSTNET generation function into Reporting Services reports in SQL Server. This SSRS barcode generator uses a DLL assembly for creating USPS POSTNET barcodes in SSRS reports, which can be used as an integrated control in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services.
USPS POSTNET Barcode Generator for Reporting Services supports:
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 and above versions with .NET 2.0 onwards
  • Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010
  • Microsoft Reporting Services with SQL Server 2005/ 2008/2008 R2/2012 Reporting Services
USPS POSTNET Barcode for Reporting Services - POSTNET Information
USPS POSTNET is used by the US Postal service to encode the ZIP code, or ZIP+4 Code information on letter mail for sorting mail.
USPS POSTNET Barcode Generator for Reporting Services encodes:
  • Numeric digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Valid data length of 5, 6, 9, or 11 digits, excluding the check digit
POSTNET Barcode for Reporting Services - USPS POSTNET Generation
Environment Requirement
Before generating USPS POSTNET in .NET, you need to install:
  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Windows Server 2000 or higher
  • .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 4.0 or above
  • Microsoft SQL Services 2005/2008/2012 with Reporting Services Wizard
  • Avapose.Barcode for Reporting Services
Creating a Reporting Services in .NET
  1. Open your Visual Studio and create a new project with the Reporting Services template in "Business Intelligence Projects";
  2. When the Report Wizard dialog box appears, select data Source, create Query String, and click "Next";
  3. Select "Tabular", then click "Next" and design the table accordingly;
  4. Name the report accordingly, and click "Finish";
Add USPS POSTNET Barcode Generator to the Report Item Toolbox
  1. Right-click "Report Items" and select "Choose Items"
  2. Browse to find the Reporting Service CRI, then add it to your Report Item Toolbox;
Add a Barcode Column to Report
  1. Select an existing column in the report;
  2. Right-click it, and select "Insert Column to the Right";
  3. Name the created column as "Barcode";
  4. Select the cell in the column, then drag the barcode generator from the Report Item Toolbox to the Column "Barcode";
  5. Expand the cell to fix the size of the barcode;
Define the Data of the Barcode
  1. Activate the Properties Window on the right;
  2. Change the BarcodeData property to "=Fields!AccountNumber.Value"; (The Account Numer column maintains the data strings of the Barcode column, you can have it redefined according to your need)
  3. Finally, click preview to see the entire report.
Related USPS Postnet Barcode Integration & Generation Information
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