We have Honeywell Dolphin 6000 devices running Windows Mobile 6.5 from which we would like to print PDFs containing barcodes (Code128).
The pdfs are generated by our web server and need to be printed to whichever printer is closest to the user.
We'd like to know what the best way to accomplish this is. We have explored a couple of options:
1) Printing from an aspx page using adobe reader command line - this only seems to work if a user is logged on to the server and there is already a document open in adobe reader. If not an error pops up (on the server) saying that a printer needs to be installed before it can print.
2) Connecting the devices to network printers and printing from a pdf viewer. The only pdf reader we found that supported printing does not display the barcode correctly even though the font is installed.
Is there another way to do this? Or are there any suggestions for getting one of the above ideas to work?
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