Yort 15 September at Anonymous 17 September at Friday, September 04, Pos. The Samsung SRP features thermal printing on 80 mm wide paper. Maybe I will try to explore this a little further.
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Net native ones only work with Pos. Are there any for OPOS? Hi, Thanks for the comment, I’m really glad the post is helpful. When you ask if you have to use the Epson. Yort 4 March at Net gives you the most options. Net driver for some biometric devices, but no download link or other details found.
SRPplusII POS Printers, Thermal Receipt – Bixolon
I would love to hear the results of your testing! Yort 17 September at It’s really helpful for us POS developers out here! However, creating a service object isn’t always easy depending on the device type and behaviour requirements of the contract. Order cables separately, see accessories.
I have tried four different printers two did have older firmware and two newer ones one which was right out of the box. There are some positive comments about their devices with POS for. Hi Anonymous re Zebra SOThat is indeed a shame, although not suprising as it is typical of service objects it seems. Neither of these drivers helped me out.
Net Plug and Play Configuration Utility to view the list of installed service objects and they both include the ‘legacy’ value in the displayed list. I cant find any information about this on the link you provided, only OPOS drivers.
I think Samsung make the Bioxlon brand hardware, so you might want to try their related websites. The Samsung SRP features thermal printing on 80 mm wide paper.
After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. Thanks bixplon for your posts. Unfortunately, since they’ve chosen to re-implement POS. Thanks again for all your time in putting this together.
If your create your own biometric interface and take care of instantiating the implementation in a dynamic way ioc? I actually did try to use the Samsung as an Epson with no luck.
My experience is only with the generic OCX components. Do I need to use the epson opos. General Information Product Type: Anonymous 17 September at Net Drivers Documentation for setting up the Pos.
Yort 7 September at NET core not providing any additional service objects at least at this point so it doesn’t provide any additional device support or immediate value. Phone for fastest response. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? NET library that I know nothing about.