and allow the comments section of this post to be a place where questions could be answered and so on.
Without further ado, here it is:
Update: I can no longer maintain or provide any kind of support on this software.
hi, thanks for the nice piece of software!
keep up the good work!
Yes, it is possible but I didn’t create any methods to do so. You will have to edit the source and compile.
The source is located here: http://www.walking-productions.com/jsserial/new/JSSerial.java
You’ll need the Serial.jar library from Processing.org as well.
I was trying your serial COM application at http://www.walking-productions.com/jsserial/new/JSSerial.html.
When I click ListPorts it tells me: 0:COM1, so in some way it is recognizing that there is a COM port.
Then I clicked in Examples:
Start Loop : the text â€˜Nothing Yetâ€™ disappears but when I scan from the COM barcode nothing happens.
I have ensured that the scanner is returning data by using another testing application.
â€¦am I doing something wrong?
Not much I can tell you other than you’ll have to program an application that uses the JSSerial applet to work with the barcode scanner you are trying to use. I am sure it won’t work out of the box for that.
I would like to add the data rate control as well: I saw from your note that the serial.jar file is required, but I am not clear on how that is included – is there an additional ‘import’ required in JSSerial.java ?
Thanks for the applet, I am currently using it. However I’d like to know whether you came across an issue where somtimes, when you scan long barcodes, only part of the barcode is returned by the applet. For example, when scanning barcode with value 10060130554, only 554 is returned from the applet. Have any suggestions regarding this?
Thanks and regards
Sorry, have never tried to use this with a barcode scanner. I imagine that the source would have to be modified to work in the manner that the barcode scanner is sending out the data.