Its a compilation of message contents/inquires i sent to my MD & some other potential sources of help on what i need .
I just got an ACS 100 SIM READER SDK and was shock to see how impossible its programing possibilities in C# directly via a direct SDK API could be.
For the first time, i had to hear of APDU COMMANDS , [url removed, login to view] and other stuff that doesn't even make getting a direct class library/function reference in .NET C# seem
I ve tested the card reader with Dekart SIM Manager software and it worked perfectly as a
PC/SC compliant device.
I would like to know if its possible to contract ur developers to do a SIM CARD
Management BACKUP Solution in .NET C# or whatever language in .NET because i intend to upgrade to Windows Presentation Foundation(WPF) later on.
the main objective of my project is to do a slick animated WPF application in .Net framework.
I was supposed to do a C# implementation of the proposed solution ,get all the tests done
; then forward the app to a WPF designer who would restyle the apps UI into WPF with
animations - we got a WPF designer abroad in eastern Europe that has agreed to do the WPF.
However, i havent being able to do the prototype C# app as planned
a complete solution with UI
functions are required
Read SIM CARD(GSM)contents-
Read SIM Contacts/Messages/
Data GRID view display of read info/contacts - single/ double
contacts can be save in a PROJEC -defined software extension as back up file
ACR 100 has 2 partions,
1 is large space for use as a usb storage device
2 is a small partition to host auto run app which is what we are only concerned with; a SIM backup software
what range of SIM cards would need to be supported?
GSM SIM CARD only