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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-04-04 11:37 -------
I'm not sure if it's worthwhile creating such an interface. After all, it has to
map on all possible symbologies. On one side you have to map onto the
configurable beans and on the other side it has to map into the object model for
AFP. So the interface would be something like the superset of all barcode
implementation beans in Barcode4J.

I guess the one thing that needs to be done are accessors for all the different
values for the BCOCA object model. So rather than the BCOCA model requires
access to data, let's set the data on the object model.

BTW, you've created a class BarcodeDataDescriptor (BDA). Shouldn't that be
BarcodeSymbolDescriptor (BSD)? At least that's what it's called in my BCOCA
manual (S544-3766-06). OTOH, I still have to learn a few things about AFP. Maybe
I got it wrong.

Anyway, in the time I had left today I haven't been able to get to a
representable state. Maybe I'll do some more on Friday (depending on the 
weather).

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