GS1 Logger for Staff Workshop 19 October 2012, Bucharest. Agenda. Opening & introducing Results and achievements so far – Report – Dávid Kétszeri Feedbacks from MOs – Free discussion Demo - All the new features of Logger for Staff Application version 2.0 - Zsolt Bócsi
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GS1 Logger for Staff Workshop19 October 2012, Bucharest
Opening & introducing
Results and achievementsso far –Report – Dávid Kétszeri
FeedbacksfromMOs – Free discussion
Demo - Allthenewfeatures of LoggerforStaffApplication version 2.0 - Zsolt Bócsi
Suggestions - Discussingrequirementsto be developedinthenextphase - Free discussion
GS1 LoggerforStaffWork Shop19 October 2012, Bucharest
Results and achievementsso far Project Report
A not expected side-effect of the project was to the call the attention of the weak operation of the Gepir Network. This issue was addressed on a sufficient level and hopefully will be resolved by the Global Office.
Upon request a process was developed in order to monitor how MOs actually follow up the invalid numbers identified by the application (See appendix!)
MOs registered so far
22. GS1 Kazakhstan
23. GS1 Kenya
24. GS1 Latvia
25. GS1 Macedonia
26. GS1 Moldova
27. GS1 Netherlands
28. GS1 New Zealand
29. GS1 Norway
30. GS1 Poland
31. GS1 Portugal
32. GS1 Romania
33. GS1 Russia
34. GS1 Serbia
35. GS1 Singapore
36. GS1 Slovakia
37. GS1 Slovenia
38. GS1 Spain
39. GS1 Switzerland
40. GS1 Syria
41. GS1 UK
42. GS1 USA
43. GS1 Venezuela
Due to the successful first phase of the Logger for Staff project the Regional Executive Committee of GS1 in Europe requested to continue the project
The Regional Executive Committee agreed with the proposal to grant a licence toadminister the application and its infrastructure to the GO taking into account that more and more MOs have been using it outside of Europe
REC decided to extend the project with an additional year for further developments and ensuring sufficient time to agree with the GOaboutthehandover.
Report on following up the invalid GTINs (GCP)
See the details on the next slides!
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GS1 Logger forStaff
19 October 2012, Bucharest
Wherearewenow?The introduction of GS1 LoggerforStaff 2.0
Itcanverifyall GS1 ID Keys insimpleorcomplexsymbols
It scans EAN-8, EAN-13, UPCA, UPCE, GS1-128, GS1 QR Code, GS1 DataMatrix, GS1 DataBar OmnidirectionalandITF-14
Besides GEPIR checking (Validation), theAppverifiesthesymbolitselfand thecontentdataaccordingtotheGenSpecv13 (Qualification)
Allcomplexbarcodes (multipleelementstrings) aredecoded, and checkedbytherules of mandatory, exclude and relationpairs.
Eachelementstring is verifiedaccordingtotherules of thecorresponding AI.
Symboland datacontentarecheckedby GS1 standards
Settings: GPS ON Leveland GPS OFF GLN settings
GPS ON – availableinthreelevels of publicview
GPS OFF – withsimple country selection
GPS OFF – with more detailedhierarchy
GS1 Logger forStaff - the back-officehttp://stafflogger.gs1hu.org/HomeNew version 2.0 and newback-officewithextendedinformationandservices
Loggerforstaffinpractice – Demo
Stat2 shows the distribution of user scans amongst countries
Stat1 contains the number of scans from users
Stat3 shows the distribution of GEPIR router return codes
Stat4 shows the distribution of scans with a specific status by country.
Translationallowsyoutodothetranslation of yourownlanguage.
Profileallowsyoutosetyourpreferredlanguage and the display mode of yourscanninglocation.