GdPicture.NET.14.API
GdPicture14 Namespace / GdPicturePDF Class / DrawBarcodeAztec Method / DrawBarcodeAztec(String,BarcodeAztecCodeVersion,Int32,Int32,Int32,Single,Single,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte) Method
The data to encode using the required barcode symbol.
A member of the BarcodeAztecCodeVersion enumeration. The version of the Aztec Code.

You can use the BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionAuto to let the engine decide the minimum version required to encode all specified data.

The percentage of error correction level. These levels are defined in terms of percentage of codewords in the barcode symbol that can be corrected if damaged.

You can use the values between 5 and 95, otherwise the default value 23 is used.

The number of modules composing the quiet zone, although this barcode symbol does not require any mandatory quiet zone.
The size of each module within the drawn symbol, in points.

The module is the smallest cell in the symbol. The module size has to be made out of at least 2×2 printed dots for bigger reliability, therefore the recommended value for this parameter is 4 and greater.

The horizontal (X) coordinate of the destination point, expressed in the current units specified by the SetMeasurementUnit method with respect to the defined origin, related to the currently selected page.
The vertical (Y) coordinate of the destination point, expressed in the current units specified by the SetMeasurementUnit method with respect to the defined origin, related to the currently selected page.
The amount of red color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
The amount of green color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
The amount of blue color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
The amount of red color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
The amount of green color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
The amount of blue color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
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DrawBarcodeAztec(String,BarcodeAztecCodeVersion,Int32,Int32,Int32,Single,Single,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte,Byte) Method
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Draws a required Aztec Code (a type of 2D barcode) onto the currently selected page of the loaded PDF document according to your preference.

This method uses the RGB color space for defining the desired fill color of the barcode symbol.

The coordinates and the dimensions of the Aztec Code symbol need to be set in the current units with respect to the currently located origin defined in the PDF document, related to the actual page, where the symbol is to be drawn. You can use the GdPicturePDF.GetMeasurementUnit method to determine the currently defined units and you can use the GdPicturePDF.SetMeasurementUnit method to reset the units according to your preference.

Syntax
'Declaration
 
Public Overloads Function DrawBarcodeAztec( _
   ByVal Data As String, _
   ByVal Version As BarcodeAztecCodeVersion, _
   ByVal EccPercent As Integer, _
   ByVal QuietZone As Integer, _
   ByVal ModuleSize As Integer, _
   ByVal DstX As Single, _
   ByVal DstY As Single, _
   ByVal FillColorR As Byte, _
   ByVal FillColorG As Byte, _
   ByVal FillColorB As Byte, _
   ByVal BackColorR As Byte, _
   ByVal BackColorG As Byte, _
   ByVal BackColorB As Byte _
) As GdPictureStatus
public GdPictureStatus DrawBarcodeAztec( 
   string Data,
   BarcodeAztecCodeVersion Version,
   int EccPercent,
   int QuietZone,
   int ModuleSize,
   float DstX,
   float DstY,
   byte FillColorR,
   byte FillColorG,
   byte FillColorB,
   byte BackColorR,
   byte BackColorG,
   byte BackColorB
)
public function DrawBarcodeAztec( 
    Data: String;
    Version: BarcodeAztecCodeVersion;
    EccPercent: Integer;
    QuietZone: Integer;
    ModuleSize: Integer;
    DstX: Single;
    DstY: Single;
    FillColorR: Byte;
    FillColorG: Byte;
    FillColorB: Byte;
    BackColorR: Byte;
    BackColorG: Byte;
    BackColorB: Byte
): GdPictureStatus; 
public function DrawBarcodeAztec( 
   Data : String,
   Version : BarcodeAztecCodeVersion,
   EccPercent : int,
   QuietZone : int,
   ModuleSize : int,
   DstX : float,
   DstY : float,
   FillColorR : byte,
   FillColorG : byte,
   FillColorB : byte,
   BackColorR : byte,
   BackColorG : byte,
   BackColorB : byte
) : GdPictureStatus;
public: GdPictureStatus DrawBarcodeAztec( 
   string* Data,
   BarcodeAztecCodeVersion Version,
   int EccPercent,
   int QuietZone,
   int ModuleSize,
   float DstX,
   float DstY,
   byte FillColorR,
   byte FillColorG,
   byte FillColorB,
   byte BackColorR,
   byte BackColorG,
   byte BackColorB
) 
public:
GdPictureStatus DrawBarcodeAztec( 
   String^ Data,
   BarcodeAztecCodeVersion Version,
   int EccPercent,
   int QuietZone,
   int ModuleSize,
   float DstX,
   float DstY,
   byte FillColorR,
   byte FillColorG,
   byte FillColorB,
   byte BackColorR,
   byte BackColorG,
   byte BackColorB
) 

Parameters

Data
The data to encode using the required barcode symbol.
Version
A member of the BarcodeAztecCodeVersion enumeration. The version of the Aztec Code.

You can use the BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionAuto to let the engine decide the minimum version required to encode all specified data.

EccPercent
The percentage of error correction level. These levels are defined in terms of percentage of codewords in the barcode symbol that can be corrected if damaged.

You can use the values between 5 and 95, otherwise the default value 23 is used.

QuietZone
The number of modules composing the quiet zone, although this barcode symbol does not require any mandatory quiet zone.
ModuleSize
The size of each module within the drawn symbol, in points.

The module is the smallest cell in the symbol. The module size has to be made out of at least 2×2 printed dots for bigger reliability, therefore the recommended value for this parameter is 4 and greater.

DstX
The horizontal (X) coordinate of the destination point, expressed in the current units specified by the SetMeasurementUnit method with respect to the defined origin, related to the currently selected page.
DstY
The vertical (Y) coordinate of the destination point, expressed in the current units specified by the SetMeasurementUnit method with respect to the defined origin, related to the currently selected page.
FillColorR
The amount of red color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
FillColorG
The amount of green color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
FillColorB
The amount of blue color to be used for the symbol's resulting fill color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
BackColorR
The amount of red color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
BackColorG
The amount of green color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.
BackColorB
The amount of blue color to be used for the symbol's resulting background color. Use the value between 0 and 255.

Return Value

A member of the GdPictureStatus enumeration. If the method has been successfully followed, then the return value is GdPictureStatus.OK.

We strongly recommend always checking this status first.

Remarks
This method is only allowed for use with non-encrypted documents.

Just to remind you that 1 point is equivalent to 1/72 of an inch.

This method requires the Barcode Reading & Writing component to run.

Example
How to draw various Aztec codes onto the newly created page of the new PDF document.
Dim caption As String = "Example: DrawBarcodeAztec"
Dim gdpicturePDF As GdPicturePDF = New GdPicturePDF()
Dim status As GdPictureStatus = gdpicturePDF.NewPDF()
If status = GdPictureStatus.OK Then
    gdpicturePDF.SetOrigin(PdfOrigin.PdfOriginTopLeft)
    gdpicturePDF.SetMeasurementUnit(PdfMeasurementUnit.PdfMeasurementUnitCentimeter)
    status = gdpicturePDF.NewPage(PdfPageSizes.PdfPageSizeLetter)
    If status = GdPictureStatus.OK Then
        If (gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionAuto, 23, 0, 4, 2, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) = GdPictureStatus.OK) AndAlso
           (gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersion1, 23, 0, 6, 6, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) = GdPictureStatus.OK) AndAlso
           (gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionCompact1, 23, 0, 8, 12, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) = GdPictureStatus.OK) Then
            status = gdpicturePDF.SaveToFile("test_DrawBarcodeAztec.pdf")
            If status = GdPictureStatus.OK Then
                MessageBox.Show("The example has been followed successfully and the file has been saved.", caption)
            Else
                MessageBox.Show("The example has been followed successfully, but the file can't be saved. Status: " + status.ToString(), caption)
            End If
        Else
            MessageBox.Show("The one of the DrawBarcodeAztec() method has failed with the status: " + gdpicturePDF.GetStat().ToString(), caption)
        End If
    Else
        MessageBox.Show("The NewPage() method has failed with the status: " + status.ToString(), caption)
    End If
Else
    MessageBox.Show("The NewPDF() method has failed with the status: " + status.ToString(), caption)
End If
gdpicturePDF.Dispose()
string caption = "Example: DrawBarcodeAztec";
GdPicturePDF gdpicturePDF = new GdPicturePDF();
GdPictureStatus status = gdpicturePDF.NewPDF();
if (status == GdPictureStatus.OK)
{
    gdpicturePDF.SetOrigin(PdfOrigin.PdfOriginTopLeft);
    gdpicturePDF.SetMeasurementUnit(PdfMeasurementUnit.PdfMeasurementUnitCentimeter);
    status = gdpicturePDF.NewPage(PdfPageSizes.PdfPageSizeLetter);
    if (status == GdPictureStatus.OK)
    {
        if ((gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionAuto, 23, 0, 4, 2, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) == GdPictureStatus.OK) &&
            (gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersion1, 23, 0, 6, 6, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) == GdPictureStatus.OK) &&
            (gdpicturePDF.DrawBarcodeAztec("0123456789", BarcodeAztecCodeVersion.BarcodeAztecCodeVersionCompact1, 23, 0, 8, 12, 2, 255, 0, 0, 0, 0, 255) == GdPictureStatus.OK))
        {
            status = gdpicturePDF.SaveToFile("test_DrawBarcodeAztec.pdf");
            if (status == GdPictureStatus.OK)
                MessageBox.Show("The example has been followed successfully and the file has been saved.", caption);
            else
                MessageBox.Show("The example has been followed successfully, but the file can't be saved. Status: " + status.ToString(), caption);
        }
        else
            MessageBox.Show("The one of the DrawBarcodeAztec() method has failed with the status: " + gdpicturePDF.GetStat().ToString(), caption);
    }
    else
        MessageBox.Show("The NewPage() method has failed with the status: " + status.ToString(), caption);
}
else
    MessageBox.Show("The NewPDF() method has failed with the status: " + status.ToString(), caption);
gdpicturePDF.Dispose();
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