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Hello,

I've looking at JavaPOS but need API for it and may be a good documentation. Can anybody help?

thanks a lot,
Alex
 
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Hello -

This may seem obvious, but have you tried the JavaPOS Home Page?
 
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Yes I did. But in there all I could find is a 1000+ pages pdf document that has sort of API look, but no Java standard javadoc and no good tutorial. I think this information is mostly for vendors who want to implement JavaPOS standards and for comittes that set these standards. Any ideas?

thanks,
Alex
 
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