Serialio

FAQ'S

Is SerialPort 100% Java?

It is unfortunate, but there seems to be much confusion about what 100% Pure Java means. One of the requirements for 100% Pure is that classes do not contain native methods. Since native methods are required to implement the Java Virtual Machine (VM), this in effect means that Java itself is not 100% pure. Only applications can be 100% pure Java. Classes for doing things like communicating with serial ports cannot be 100% pure; however, this does not mean that applications that use these classes cannot be 100% pure. Many

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Who is using Java SerialPort?

To provide a few examples of our many customers: Sun, Microsoft, Nortel, Hewlett-Packard, MCI, Bank of Montreal, Texas Instruments, Xerox, IBM, Fluke, AT&T, Pick ‘n Pay, Lexmark, Nokia, Motorola, NCR, Ericsson, Cisco, StockPower, SGS Thompson, Mitel, Sony, Borland, Lucent, 3M, Northrop, Tandem, Disney, Rockwell, Compaq-DEC, Siemens, Tektronix, Dupont, NEC, Swedbank, FedEx, Oracle, Mondex, General Dynamics, Equinox, Powerware-Invensys, Seleriti, MobileCom AG, MIT, Lockheed Martin, Cabletron, TRW, Compuware, Fleming, Mettler Toledo, Impulse Radio, Storage Technology, Dupont, Carnegie Mellon, Argonne National Labs, Wavtrace, Alcatel, Dragon Systems, Geoworks, Seiko Epson, Silicon Graphics, Sandia National

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What are the terms and conditions for Java SerialPort licensing?

The term “Product” pertains to any of the following products SerialPort, X/YModem, ZModem, JKermit, and any and all files included with the product, or received as an update to the product. The term “User” pertains to the purchaser of the product, be it an individual or a company. The Term “Application” pertains to the User’s product be it an Application or Applet. 1. The Product source code or any part thereof, may not be distributed or resold. 2. With exception to section 9, the Product class files may be distributed without royalties with a Java Application that the

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What package options are available for Java SerialPort?

SerialPort is available in many package options to suit the needs of a great variety of developers. SerialPort Changelog Licensing SerialPort is licensed Per Developer Seat. When multiple developers will use SerialPort, multiple licenses need to be purchased. For example, if SerialPort is installed on a network then a license must be purchased for each developer who will have access to the files. Once you deploy your application there is generally no runtime license so long as the end user installs the software. Check license details click here. For multiple-license discounts, or distribution license information contact us

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What is SerialMagic?

SerialMagic is a versatile cross-platform program that allows you to use nearly any Bluetooth, USB, or RS-232 device that uses Serial Port Profile (SPP) to send data into virtually any application. Furthermore, SerialMagic allows for various automation techniques, such as string manipulation (include control characters) and device configuration. The SerialMagic product line consists of SerialMagic Professional for desktop operating systems (Mac OS X and Windows), SerialMagic Gears for Android, and SerialMagic Keys for iOS. SerialMagic programs allow data entry from many Bluetooth barcode, RFID, and NFC scanners into applications that

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How does SerialMagic licensing work?

When you purchase a SerialMagic license key, you will receive a license token. The license token is used with your device’s (iOS/Android/Mac/Windows) hardware ID to generate a license key specific to your device. This license key is valid for one device (computer or mobile device); if you have multiple devices that you want to use with SerialMagic, you must purchase multiple licenses. Many of our genuine Serialio scanners have an embedded license that allows you to use that scanner on any SerialMagic-supported platform without purchasing a license key (or requiring

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Which operating systems support SerialMagic?

SerialMagic is supported on a variety of desktop and mobile operating systems, as shown in the list below. Android (with SerialMagic Gears on Android 2.1 and later) Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8, and 10 (SerialMagic Professional) Windows Mobile 6 Professional & Classic, Windows Mobile 5 Pocket-PC (touchscreen devices) Apple MacOS (formerly OS X) with SerialMagic Scripts SerialMagic Download page

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What is iScanBrowser?

If you’ve ever tried to scan data into a search query field, such as Google, you may have noticed that you have to tap on the “Enter” or “Search” button each time. iScanBrowser lets you circumvent this by simulating what is called a “Call Submit” with what we call a WebForm Rule (WFR); allowing you to scan as much data into your preferred web application or web form without having to pause to tap a “Submit” button! iScanBrowser is a powerful tool for iOS and Android that allows you to scan

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What are Web Form Rules?

Web Form Rules are divided into two categories; Active Page Rules and New Page Rules. Active Page Rules are used to send data from the scanner to the currently loaded web page. New Page Rules will load a new URL and set the value of the target input to the new page. When new data is sent from a scanner, the application first goes through a list of Active Page Rules, trying to apply every rule for that URL. Certain criteria must be met for the Active Page Rule to

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What is my device ID and how do I find it?

Your device ID is an alphanumeric code generated by our software that is unique to your computer or mobile device; it is how we keep track of registration keys and licensing. The knowledge base articles below demonstrate how to find your device ID. SerialMagic Professional for Windows SerialMagic Gears for Android SerialMagic Scripts MacOS : SerialMagic Scripts MacOS > Preferences (or ⌘) > License > Computer ID

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