JavaPOS | JavaPOS Device Controls , Device Services and Events v1.13 | Mobile library

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kandi X-RAY | JavaPOS Summary

kandi X-RAY | JavaPOS Summary

JavaPOS is a Java library typically used in Mobile applications. JavaPOS has low support. However JavaPOS has 27 bugs, it has 4 vulnerabilities and it build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.

Java POS Framework v1.13.

            kandi-support Support

              JavaPOS has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 25 star(s) with 25 fork(s). There are 8 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 2 open issues and 0 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 896 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of JavaPOS is current.

            kandi-Quality Quality

              JavaPOS has 27 bugs (9 blocker, 0 critical, 8 major, 10 minor) and 1633 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              JavaPOS has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              JavaPOS code analysis shows 4 unresolved vulnerabilities (2 blocker, 0 critical, 2 major, 0 minor).
              There are 3 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              JavaPOS does not have a standard license declared.
              Check the repository for any license declaration and review the terms closely.
              Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              JavaPOS releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              JavaPOS has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
              It has 70429 lines of code, 7647 functions and 792 files.
              It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed JavaPOS and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into JavaPOS implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Loads the populator
            • Sets the default JPosRegulator object
            • Create a new instance of a JPosRegPopulator class
            • Implements the insertion sort algorithm
            • Returns the smallest element in this Vector
            • Loads entries from a file
            • Initializes the JposEntry file
            • Opens the device with the given name
            • Creates a service connection
            • Returns a String representation of this Entry
            • Returns all non - required property names from a JPosEntry
            • Gets the default value for a property type
            • Parse the XML file into a profile schema
            • Gets the URL of the entries
            • Returns an enumeration of the vendor properties for the given JPOS entry
            • Connect to the server
            • Get a comparator for JPosProperties
            • Returns a string representation of this profile
            • Gets all RS232 properties that have missing property names
            • Saves the current entries
            • Gets a list of all the properties
            • Open a file on the classpath
            • Creates a connection to the service
            • Closes the device
            • Returns a string representation of all the properties in this object
            • Returns a String representation of the registry
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            JavaPOS Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for JavaPOS.

            JavaPOS Examples and Code Snippets

            No Code Snippets are available at this moment for JavaPOS.

            Community Discussions


            Zebra jPOS: How to have support for multiple scanners
            Asked 2019-Oct-27 at 08:55

            Requirement: To support multiple scanners on the windows machine.


            • Zebra SDK scanner
            • Zebra handheld scanner i.e DS2208
            • JPOS
            • Spring Boot application

            Issue: The First scanner is claimed successfully. However, claim the second scanner leads to following exception "Device is already claimed by another control device".

            Code Analysis:

            • SymScannerSvc112 as the service class being used for Handheld scanner.

            • SymScannerSvc112 extends SymScannerSvc. SymScannerSvc holds a static variable "_fClaimed".

            • When the first scanner is claimed, the static variable '_fClaimed' is set to true. Now, when you try to claim the second scanner, following code obstructs it as the '_fClaimed' is set as true.




            Answered 2018-Jul-25 at 05:36

            I think it probably became clear. The additional explanation request written in the comment is unnecessary.

            This is because the original design of the service object is incorrect. Service objects are not created so that one application can simultaneously use multiple scanners of the same vendor at the same time.

            Perhaps due to the characteristics of the Java language, the vendor built the problem, trying to easily implement exclusion control which is difficult to realize.

            If you want to use multiple scanners at the same time, consider the device configuration so that each scanner works with a different service object.

            As far as jpos.xml is concerned, all Zebra scanners seem to use the same service object, so prepare another vendor's scanner.

            In Addition:

            "consider setting the device so that each scanner operates on a different service object" means, for example, when connecting a plurality of scanners to a single POS at the same time, as Zebra DS2208 as the first device, Honeywell Genesis 7580g as the second device and Denso-Wave QK30 as the third device, do not connect multiple scanners of one vendor.

            The reason is that the following part of each device entry in jpos.xml specifies a service object to operate, but even if it is another scanner (eg "ZebraScannerSerial" and "ZebraScannerUSB"), this content If they are the same, the same service object will be considered to work.



            Is there way to extract fingerprint data to an image?
            Asked 2019-Sep-20 at 01:32

            I am using Digital Persona U.Are.U 4500 and I have installed the finger print SDK from the hardware. I am using the Java API and was able to run the sample codes in Java. Right now, I am trying save the fingerprint data as an image. Is there any way that I can save it as an image, any kind of format as long as I can save it in my computer and view it as an image. Thanks!

            I realized that the 'evt.capture_result.image' has a data type of Fid. I think this might help me, but I don't know how to convert Fid file to bytes[]. Or am I wrong about this?

            This is the capture class, I was hoping to change a little bit of the code here.



            Answered 2019-Apr-24 at 08:06

            I think your code come from this repository

            In this repository there's a class to show image from Fid:

            Here the code:



            jComboBox Instead of category name add category ID into the database in java netbeans
            Asked 2019-Jan-16 at 07:44

            i am creating a small inventory control system for my final year. instead of add category name add category id in to the database i don't know how add do the task .what i tried so far i attached.

            i load the category in to jComboBox1



            Answered 2019-Jan-16 at 07:44

            I guess (from your question) your table category should contains such columns:

            • id - int autoincremented (implicit)
            • productname - ...
            • description - ...
            • name - name of a category

            Next. You need to create a custom JComboBox item's type. For the example:



            Record is not loaded from the database on the JTable java netbeans
            Asked 2019-Jan-15 at 11:36

            I am trying to display the records on JTable when the frame is loaded, but the records didn't display. This is what I've tried so far: public void load() {



            Answered 2019-Jan-15 at 11:23

            I can't reproduce exactly what you're trying to do, but I've tryed this:



            JTable records not displayed
            Asked 2019-Jan-15 at 06:10

            I am trying to display the records on JTable when the frame is loaded, but the records didn't display. This is what I've tried so far:



            Answered 2019-Jan-14 at 15:47

            I think that you are not getting the model of the table in the correct way. Try:



            Epson JavaPOS ADK Install not completing
            Asked 2019-Jan-11 at 06:36

            In trying to install the Epson JavaPOS ADK the program never finishes. Looking at the log file seems that the program is looking for files that do not exist, and therefore cannot manipulate them. After installation "completes" the file C:\opt\EpsonJavaPOS\Uninstall_Epson JavaPOS ADK_1.14.0.0\.com.zerog.registry is created. Not sure what I've done to mess this up.

            Log exerpts ...


            Answered 2018-Jul-19 at 01:57

            There are bug fixes that may be involved in JavaPOS ADK 1.14.3W.

            [Bug fix]
            - The bug is fixed that the installation of JavaPOS ADK fails in the latest Java VM on Windows10.

            The latest version is 1.14.6 W, so please try it.
            EPSON JavaPOS ADK (for Windows OS) Ver. 1.14.6W



            Is it possible to interact with JavaPOS device using PHP POS in a simplistic manner?
            Asked 2019-Jan-09 at 11:10

            We have a POS written in PHP which needs to interact with a POS printer. The printer support JavaPOS. The state of PHP POS is that it generates a bill and waits for a user to select a printer.

            The issue now is, the JavaPOS printer doesn't show up. I am able to interact with using test Java code which has the necessary drivers & jpos.xml. I wish to 'install' this.

            From my understanding for past four days going through JavaPOS manuals from different manufactures [EPSON, Starmicronics, Diebold Nixdorfag ], it is not possible. JavaPOS is meant for POS system written in Java [JavaFX to Spring].

            But I find it very odd to believe this. I believe this shouldn't be the case because if this true, it would make very hard for POS not written in Java or .Net to interact with plethora of POS devices and terminal out there.

            Hence, is it possible to interact with non Java & non .Net POS to send print command to JavaPOS device?

            Please note, simply installing the device and sending a print command doesn't fix the issue. Say, if I want to add a logo to the receipt along with dynamic data in the footer of the receipt, Java code will be required for .Net to make it 'rich'. Now, where does this Java code specifically sit? Is it some virtual device which runs in the background and pretends to be a printer and shows up in the print dialog in a, say PHP POS?

            Sample Java code written to interact with JavaPOS with jpos.xml file as reference.



            Answered 2019-Jan-09 at 11:10

            It should contain the installation/setup/configuration method in the JavaPOS provided by each printer vendor and its user's manual.

            Please install and configure equipment and software accordingly.

            However, in general, JavaPOS printers are rarely recognized as standard printer devices for their respective operating systems.

            For example, there is such an article.
            Getting started with Java POS development
            JavaPOS Working Group

            Next, it is recommended that you use these programs to operate and verify the printer only in the Java environment.

            There are several ways to use Java from PHP as follows.
            PHP/Java Integration
            Using PHP-Java Bridges with WebLogic Server
            What is the PHP/Java Bridge?
            How it works
            Java Bridge
            How to call custom java methods from PHP?

            There is no problem if it can be solved by the above method, but I recommend the following method.

            • Combine the Java program and JavaPOS to create a program that runs standalone.
            • The program provides functions similar to POS processing units such as "receipt printing".
            • This program communicates with PHP's POS in a simple and light way such as a bare TCP/IP socket, so that request issuance, completion notification or completion confirmation can be performed asynchronously.

            In Addition:

            The following is an example of a POS application that is entirely made in Java.
            Since these are open source, it seems to be a reference for programming.
            However, it is unknown whether JavaPOS control is used or not.

            Openbravo Java POS
            Floreant POS

            The following is an example of an open source POS application written in PHP.
            Probably JavaPOS will not be used.




            JavaPOS creating jpos.xml file
            Asked 2018-Aug-19 at 02:16

            New to JavaPOS and want to manipulate a POSPrinter using JavaPOS.

            Have installed my printer and it's actually choosen as main printer in my OS.

            The problem is that i don't know how to write the jpos.xml file and found no documentation about that, i know well that for some companies as Epson, they provide a software to generate automaticlly a jpos.xml file but my printer is a Xprinter and there's no such thing in there website.

            How can i do to make this xml file ?

            Thanks in advance.



            Answered 2018-Aug-19 at 02:16

            JavaPOS is not completely device independent software for general purpose.

            In order to operate a certain device with JavaPOS, it is necessary for the vendor of the device to provide corresponding JavaPOS control.

            If there is no JavaPOS control for the printer you are using, only the jpos.xml file does not work.

            If the vendor of the device provides the corresponding JavaPOS control, the description method of jpos.xml should be described in that explanation document.

            Please check that the vendor of the printer provides JavaPOS control.

            Otherwise, switch to the printer of another vendor that provides JavaPOS control, or print directly using OS's API and printer control sequence, not JavaPOS.



            SetupPOS cannot find or load main class in Linux Ubuntu 18.04
            Asked 2018-Aug-08 at 02:35

            I Installed JavaPOS v1.14.5 in my Ubuntu Linux. But when I run the SetupPOS, it gives me an error:



            Answered 2018-Aug-08 at 02:35


            jpos.xml generation based on regedit
            Asked 2018-May-31 at 15:04

            I am trying to xconfigure javapos to work with MS's Retail Peripheral Simulator. Hovever the xml generation step has gotten me to the point of angry. It's impossible to get working. Tried this



            Answered 2018-May-31 at 15:04

            Is "MS's Retail Peripheral Simulator" a program included in the POS for.NET SDK?
            If so, it is irrelevant to the OPOS registry and JavaPOS.
            Furthermore, even if it is a simulator that operates as OPOS it is the same thing.

            OPOS or POS for.NET can not be called from JavaPOS as much as jpos.xml changes. The OPOS registry information is for OPOS and will not work with JCL (JavaPOS Config Loader) or JavaPOS Control Object.

            You have one of the following options. However, further software development is necessary in either case.

            1.Create a JavaPOS Service Object that bridges calls from JavaPOS Control Object to OPOS or POS for.NET using technology such as JNI or JNA, and use jpos.xml with the bridge JavaPOS Service Object and OPOS or POS for.NET device name and other parameters are described.

            2.Give up "MS's Retail Peripheral Simulator" and create simulator as JavaPOS Service Object using Java only.


            Community Discussions, Code Snippets contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network


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            Install JavaPOS

            You can download it from GitHub.
            You can use JavaPOS like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the JavaPOS component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer For Gradle installation, please refer .


            For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .
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