Aspose.BarCode  for Java
Code 16K

Generate Code 16K Labels with Java

Create Code 16K barcode in Java using server-side Aspose.BarCode for Java API.

How to Generate Code 16K barcode Using Java

To generate Code 16K barcode, get Aspose.BarCode for Java API, a rich, powerful, and easy-to-use barcode API for Java-based platforms. Download the latest version directly from Maven and then install it within your Maven-based project by adding the following configurations to pom.xml:


    <name>Aspose Java API</name>


    <version>version of aspose-barcode API</version>

Steps to Generate Code 16K barcode in Java

Aspose.BarCode makes it easy for developers to create Code 16K barcode images with few lines of code.

  • Create a new object of BarCodeGenerator class
  • Define Code 16K barcode and other required barcode types as the EncodeTypes parameter
  • Specify input text using the setCodeText method
  • Use the method to save the generated barcode image

System Requirements

Aspose barcode APIs are supported by all major platforms and operating systems. Before executing the code sample below, please check that you have the following prerequisites enabled in your system.

  • Microsoft Windows, Linux, or any OS compatible with the Java Runtime Environment for JSP/JSF and desktop applications
  • Java development environment, such as JRE 1.6 or above
  • Java Development version JSE2 7.0 or above

Code to be executed - Java

// Create an instane of the BarcodeGenerator class
BarcodeGenerator generator = new BarcodeGenerator(EncodeTypes.Code16K);

// Specify the code text

// Specify the X-dimension 
// the smallest width of the unit of BarCode bars or spaces

// Set codetext position

// Generate image
Generation result