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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-04-05 01:28 -------
The BDD specifies the size of the bar code presentation space, the type of bar
code to be generated, and the parameters used to generate the bar code symbols.

The data portion of the BDD structured field is defined in Bar Code Symbol
Descriptor (BSD), I didn't see much benefit in havng this in a seperate BSD
object. See page 112 of the BCOCA Reference manual.

I'm not sure that setters on the BCOCA model are a ideal solution. I think we'd
still need BCOCA objects representing the different barcodes and for these to
have the setters. This then starts to replicate the beans in barcode4j, hence
the interface suggestion.

For example the PDF417 barcode requires a special functions in the BarcodeData
object to set the error correction level and number of columns.

Let me know how you get on and if you want me to pick anything up.



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