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Eder Suarez
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Joined: Jun 15, 2011
Posts: 13
Hey there, I'm having a problem trying to print with my POS printer. I have an Epson TM-T88V and i already installed Epson JavaPOS ADK. The thing is, when i try to run any of the sample files, it throws the following:

jpos.JposException: Service does not exist in loaded JCL registry

I already added jcl and javapos folders in my classpath.

What am i missing? Thanks in advance.
Sebeee Sebastien
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Joined: Sep 14, 2011
Posts: 2
Hi Eder,

I am facing exactly the same issue with a NCR printer.

Did you find something to solve it? What library did you add to your project if yes?

Thanks in advance
Eder Suarez
Greenhorn

Joined: Jun 15, 2011
Posts: 13
Sebeee Sebastien wrote:Hi Eder,

I am facing exactly the same issue with a NCR printer.

Did you find something to solve it? What library did you add to your project if yes?

Thanks in advance


Hey there. I could resolve it indeed.

It turns out that Epson's JavaPOS comes with its own -after install- setup and i had to register my printer in order for JCL to load it.

After installing JavaPOS I had to run as administrator the file located in C:\Program Files\EPSON\JavaPOS\SetupPOS\SetupPOS.exe and add my printer from there.

I guess your printer's installation pack comes with a similar setup, give it a try!
Sebeee Sebastien
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Joined: Sep 14, 2011
Posts: 2
Hi,

NCR also provide a soft like that to add the printer, what I did but from there I still cannot play with my printer!

This is strange but I am in touch with NCR for this issue.

I hope it will be solved soon cause I hate losing time with such problems!

Thank you for the advice anyway!
 
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