Print pre-designed cards and badges
The Command Line Interface can print any cards that were designed using ID Flow.
Many of the options available in ID Flow are can be passed as parameters to the Command Line Interface including:
» Card design file
» Target printer
» Number of copies
» Data to print on card
» User login credentials
» File password
» Many print options
» Much more
Printing variable data is easy
There are three ways to pass variable data using the ID Flow command line interface.
1. Name-value pairs
Data may be passed in the form of name-value pairs such as Name="Michael Larkin".
2. XML formatted data
Data may be provided in an XML formatted file.
3. Database query string
Records may be selected for printing by passing a database query string, similar to the WHERE clause in a SQL SELECT statement.
Full scripting support
The ID Flow command line interface is fully scriptable and you pass batch files to run sequences of commands for printing multiple groups of cards and badges.
The details of each action can be logged in a detailed log file.
Simplify User Interaction
The ID Flow command line interface can also be an ideal solution for novice users. For example, a shortcut to the command line interface can be created on the desktop, that when clicked, prints a set of cards, making card printing as simple as double-clicking on an icon.
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