But the fourth key value is maybe best to say it is tabular, because it and the JSON data it holds is “array of array of object”. Of course, you can make it array of any kind of objects as well.
In this case, both Bartender 10 and NiceLabel Designer Pro 6 were able to painlessly create the label format, and link to the external database to import the proper data at print time. This use of imported database data reduces operator input, and reduces printing errors. Now when the desired part number is scanned or entered in the prompt box, the rest of the fields on the label are auto populated, and the changes can be seen immediately in the user friendly print dialogue box, including the label sample itself! In addition, the corresponding packaging instructions are imported onto the print dialogue screen(form).
Again, I’m omitting the obvious yet integral step of identifying BOTH the tag’s name and the description key on each image. In most cases, I’m happy to let the software do that for me, but there are times when you are very comfortable with under-the-hood code hacking, or you simply want fine-grained control over the tags. d2c66b5586