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Install and Upgrade Help / Re: change the lcd message
« Last post by Green Support on June 11, 2013, 11:40:08 PM »
The regional settings for the NFC reader display messages are controlled by the selection of the printer character map in the Receipt Printer configuration page.

Here are the steps:

1. Select "Receipt Printer" page
2. Choose the character map for your respective region (if supported).
Install and Upgrade Help / change the lcd message
« Last post by rouhaud on June 03, 2013, 09:38:17 PM »
How can i change the default message on lcd screen,on the acs1222l nfc reader  like Bonjour passer votre carte?
Application Programming Interface (API) / Re: SNEP API
« Last post by Green Support on November 24, 2012, 12:45:51 AM »
Sorry for the delayed response.

It is working as expected. The mobile number will not be accepted since the system is configured to accept one or the other but not the both.

Switch to mobile as following:

General Configuration -> Customer Type -> Switch to mobile.

Application Programming Interface (API) / Re: SNEP API
« Last post by JFultz on November 08, 2012, 08:48:38 PM »
I have compiled the sample code and configured SNEP on the Reader configuration page. SNEP is configured to use the default port 3516. The computer is configured to use The email works but the phone fails.

Usage: snep_udp_client server_address port type data
         type - 5 (mobile) or 6 (email)
         data - mobile number or email address

C:\Development>snep_udp_client.exe 3516 5 1-404-555-1212
SNEP PUT error (ff) !

C:\Development>snep_udp_client.exe 3516 6
SNEP PUT Success!

Any ideas?
Application Programming Interface (API) / Re: SNEP API
« Last post by Green Support on November 05, 2012, 11:56:43 PM »
1) Almost. As per the API guide we support the TEL;CELL:

However, the most important part is that this message has to be encoded as an NDEF message and wrapped with SNEP transport. Refer to NFC specs. on how to encode the v-card message as NDEF.

Instead of encoding as v-card, it would be easier to use the well-known NDEF messages. The example in the Appendix shows encoding on either e-mail or mobile numbers using well-known NDEF messages.

We know this is quite a bit to send a mobile number but we are trying to use stardard message and transport instead of creating our own proprietary.

2) The port is defined in the "Reader" configuration page. Please note the SNEP over UDP is our proprietary transport since the NFC standard does not define a transport other than LLCP.

Again, please refer to the Appendix for sample SNEP client code.
Application Programming Interface (API) / SNEP API
« Last post by JFultz on November 05, 2012, 04:39:59 PM »

I did up some sample code to send SNEP UDP packets. The following message is sent:

string message = "text/vcard\n" +
                "BEGIN:VCARD\n" +
                "VERSION:4.0\n" +
                "TEL;TYPE=home,voice;VALUE=uri:tel:+1-404-555-1212\n" +
                "CELL;TYPE=home,voice;VALUE=uri:tel:+1-404-555-1212\n" +
                "\n" +


1) Is this the correct format for SNEP message that sets the telephone, cell phone, and email address for a receipt?

2) What port on local host should this message be sent to?

This is the previous version of our API documentation.

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Install and Upgrade Help / Re: Trial version password
« Last post by Green Support on October 29, 2012, 09:47:21 PM »
The default username is admin and the default password is admin.

Install and Upgrade Help / Trial version password
« Last post by jwgoerlich on October 29, 2012, 08:18:35 PM »

I installed the latest trial version onto a clean Windows XP SP3 (32-bit) instance. In the quick setup guide, it mentions the username is admin and the password is admin. However, admin/admin is not working. I have reinstalled and I get the same result.

What is the default username and password? Alternatively, is there a way to reset the password?

News and Updates / Forum etiquette and behavior
« Last post by Green Support on May 10, 2012, 11:20:57 PM »
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