Neodynamic Barcode Professional for Reporting Services
Barcode CRI Configuration

In order the Barcode CRI (Custom Report Item) component can be used in Visual Studio or BIDS and Reporting Services, it must be configured in some *.config files as well as copied to some specific folders.

The configuration process can be accomplished in two different ways:

(1) Wizard-assisted
(2) Manually.

The Neodynamic Configuration Tool can be launched from Start > All Programs > Neodynamic > Barcode Professional 7.0 for Reporting Services > Configuration Tool. The physical file of this tool should be located in [BarcodeInstallDir]\Tools\NeodynamicBarcodeConfigTool.exe

NOTE: Neodynamic Configuration Tool requires .NET Framework 2.0 or greater with its latest service pack
The first task is to specify what action you want to accomplish i.e. start the configuration process or remove a current configuration. Just click on the appropriate button on the following screen.

Neodynamic Barcode Professional for Reporting Services Configuration Tool - Step 1

If you select to remove a current configuration, you'll be prompted to confirm that you really want to do that.

On the other hand, if you select to configure Barcode Professional, then you'll pass to the next step in which you must indicate as minimum one version of Reporting Services that you want to register Barcode Professional in.
IMPORTANT: We highly recommend you backup the Reporting Services configuration files affected before continuing the configuration process.
After you've specified all fields, click on Next button and the wizard will perform the selected action. After its processing you'll receive the list of tasks that the Configuration Tool performed.

That's it. Barcode Professional is ready to be used with VS or BIDS and Reporting Services.

If you cannot use the Neodynamic Configuration Tool to configure Barcode Professional for Reporting Services, you can perform the configuration process manually.

To accomplish this, please follow up these steps depending on the RS version you're using.