**[![][1], released in 2005. Since then, Aspose has added barcode features to the other platforms they support with [Aspose.BarCode for Java][2], [SQL Server Reporting Services][3] and [JasperReports][4]. Today, they release [Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint][5].

Add Barcodes to SharePoint Lists

Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint is an easy to install component that extends the existing SharePoint field set by adding a barcode field. This means that users can generate barcodes in SharePoint lists. The field takes two variables:

  • barcode type - the specific symbology. Over 40 are supported.
  • barcode text - the value that the barcode encodes.

Adding barcodes to your lists like this lets you keep track of tasks and incorporate document management into your workflow.

Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint supports SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010.

Find Out More

To get an overview of Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint, and find out about pricing, [visit the product pages][6].

To get a detailed understanding of its features, look at the Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint documentation.

Or to try it out, [download it today][7].

About Aspose

Aspose offers a powerful set of file management components with which developers can create applications which can open, edit, create and save some of the most popular business file formats. Supported formats include Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, PDF documents, and Microsoft Project files. Tools allow developers to perform OCR, work with images, create and read barcodes and perform many other document conversion and management tasks. Aspose produce components for .NET, Java and SharePoint, as well as rendering extensions for SQL Server Reporting Services and JasperReports exporters.

Aspose was founded in 2002, in Sydney, Australia. In 2012, we celebrate our 10th birthday.

Press Contact

Web: [www.aspose.com][8]
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