CODE The two bytes secret code read from the card. This is also the command buffer. This function releases the connection established between the calling application and the smart card inserted in the specified reader in the previous call to SCardConnect. Enter text from picture: Data x The secret code. The byte address of the first byte to be read from card high order byte.
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ACS ACR30 Reference Manual
Page 19 — Present the specified code to the card. The specification includes a description of the general-purpose interface as well as card authorization, PIN verification, file access and cryptographic services.
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It must be the first function to call. Comments readee this Manuals Your Name. The ACR30 does not try to erase the presentation counter after the code submission! By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. No Response Data 3.
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Enter text from picture: Command Buffer Format pbSendBuffer: This function releases the communication context and any resource allocated previously with SCardEstablishContext. The table below shows the full set of memory card commands and the corresponding type of memory cards that support these commands. The byte address of the first byte to be written to card low order byte.
Response Data Format pbRecvBuffer: No response data Example: Data x The secret code. Application must parse the buffer storing names of readers readet retrieve the name of individual reader.
This function releases the connection established between the calling application and the smart card inserted in the specified reader in the previous call to SCardConnect. Memory Card Access 3. Application can call it any time after a successful call to SCardConnect and before a successful call to SCardDisconnect.
The byte address of the first byte to be written to card high order byte. Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add.
ACR Smart Card Reader
The byte address of the first byte to be read from card high order byte. The byte address of the first byte to be read from card low order byte. This function allows application to have direct control of the reader.
CODE The two bytes secret code read from the card. This function establishes the communication context with the ACR30U reader. Page of 30 Go. Supported Memory Cards and System Requirements 2. Supported Memory Cards Access to memory cards requires the support from reader.
This function returns application with a list of readers known to the system. Currently the following cards are supported by ACR30U.
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