BizCode Barcode Generator for Reporting Service
The most professional CRI for SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
Quick Overviews
  • Custom Report Item (CRI) SDK
  • VS & SSRS 2005/2008 support
  • Linear, Postal & 2D barcodes
  • Multiple file formats support
  • Barcodes Freely Adjustable
How to Generate QR Code in SSRS
QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a 2D barcode symbology that widely used in the world because of its fast readability and large storage capacity. QR Code is capable of handling all kinds of data, such as numeric and alphabetic characters, Kanji, Kana, Hiragana, symbols and binary. Its error correction ability can withstand some degree of damage in bad environment.
Barcode Generator for SSRS is a robust and comprehensive .NET CRI SDK that enables users to generate major linear, 2D and postal barcodes in SSRS projects. The generated barcodes are dynamically bound to fields in SQL Server with data binding API.
Reporting Service QR Code Generator completely runs in VB.NET and C#, and compatible with Managed C++ and Borland Delphi in .NET development environment. The generated QR Code can be displayed as high quality Gif, Bmp, Png or Jpeg image.
The barcode images generated by SSRS QR Code Generator are automatically maintained when exporting to other file formats such as PDF, Excel, and Web archive without any image distortion.
QR Code Generator for SSRS Features
Encodable Characters Support to encode:
- Standard ASCII characters 0-127 (default: ISO/IEC 646)
- Extended ASCII characters 128-255 (default: ISO/IEC 8859-1)
100% C# Managed Code The managed code is completely written in C#
Easy integration This generator performs as a fully-integrated Report Item Control that you can drag and drop from the Toolbox of VS to RDL reports
Strong-named DLLs Strong-named and time-stamped DLLs for SQL Server 2005 and 2008
Standard Specification The created QR Code in Reporting Service is compatible with International Standard : ISO/IEC 18004
All Printers Barcode generated can be printed by all kinds of printers (low-resolution printer/high-resolution printer) without any readable trouble
QR Code Generator for SSRS Requirements
Windows OS
-Microsoft Windows 7
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Vista
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows XP
Development Environments
- .NET 2.0/3.0/4.0
- C#, VB.NET, Managed C++, Borland Delphi for.NET
- Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010
- SQL Server 2005 / 2008 Reporting Services
- Visual Studio 2005 / 2008 ReportViewer Local Reports (RDLC) (runtime support)
Install QR Code Generator for SSRS
  1. Download Barcode Generator for SSRS Free Trial and unzip;
  2. Copy CRI to the project folder;
  3. Add "" to Visual Studio Toolbox;
How to Generate QR Code in Reporting Service
  1. Download Barcode Generator for SSRS Free Trial and unzip;
  2. Copy "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2005CRI.dll" and "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2005.dll" to the folder: "\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\PrivateAssemblies\". For SQL Server 2008, copy "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2008CRI.dll" and "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2008.dll" to the folder: "\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\PrivateAssemblies\";
  3. Copy "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2005CRI.dll" or "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.RS2008CRI.dll" to the folder: "\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.3\Reporting Services\ReportServer\bin\";
  4. Start Visual Studio and create a new report project by choosing "Report Server Project Wizard" from Visual Studio installed templates;
  5. Add a "Data Source" to the project. We are using "AdventureWorks" as our data source;
  6. Add query string to retrieve data from the data source;
  7. Choose a "Tabular" report style;
  8. Use the default settings in "Design the Table" Dialog, and click "Next";
  9. Choose the default setting for "Table Style";
  10. Use the default location to deploy the report;
  11. Set the name of the report and click "Finish" button;
  12. Add Business Refinery Reporting Service Barcode CRI to your Report Item Toolbox;
  13. Add a new column for barcode images. Right-click the table and choose "Insert Column to the Right";
  14. Set the column header as "Barcode" and then, drag "QRCodeControl" directly to the Column "Barcode";
  15. Go to property window, and change barcode properties if needed;
  16. Click "Preview" tab to view the generated barcodes.