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From: Pavel Hrdina (paulCOMPELSON.COM)
Date: Fri Nov 09 2001 - 14:36:09 CST
If you look at the last argument of SCardConnect
(ActiveProtocol) it should be evident that the card
1.) present (and swallowed in PC/SC terminology)
3.) in specific mode (protocol has already been selected)
So the only value which implies those three points
simultaneously is SCARD_SPECIFIC.
Is it clear to you now ?
PS: If you look into winsmcrd.h you can see that the
SCARD_PRESENT is below SCARD_POWERED, so the card in
that state is not yet powered.
From: SmartCardDDK [mailto:SmartCardDDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM]On Behalf
Of SUBSCRIBE SmartCardSDK yueweng
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2001 7:49 AM
Subject: SCARD_SPECIFIC or SCARD_PRESENT
I have a simple question which I don't really understand:
What is the value of ReaderCapabilities.CurrentState when the user calls
ScardTransmit() and ScardStatus() to the driver. Is the value suppose to
be SCARD_SPECIFIC OR SCARD_PRESENT????
Thanks for all in advance!