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Re: Read from & Write on Multo Card with PCSC
From: Scott Guthery (sgutheryMOBILE-MIND.COM)
Date: Mon Aug 04 2003 - 06:27:36 CDT
Hello, Vicki ...
1) 6D00 can mean a lot of things but in this case it probably
means "command not supported" rather than just "unrecognized
CLS". Why don't you post the actual bytes you're sending and
we'll take a look at 'em.
2) I'm not sure what you mean by using Java Card on a Multos
card. If you mean could you use a Java Card software development
kit to send raw APDUs to a Multos card, the answer is probably
"Yes" depending on the kit but you certainly can't download a Java
Card applet onto a Multos card ... unless of couse you implemented
a little Java Card VM in MEL. In this case you could.
Hope all is well.
From: PY Chan [mailto:imcpy98YAHOO.COM.HK]
Sent: Mon 8/4/2003 7:20 AM
Subject: Re: Read from & Write on Multo Card with PCSC
Then my query is..
When I send commands to the card, which supposed to
select file and read, the return is always "6d 00".
Which is CLS not found. But the CLS I sent is only
Another question, then can I use Java Card on a MULTOS
--- Scott Guthery <sgutheryMOBILE-MIND.COM> wrote:
> Yes. Yes.
> Cheers, Scott
> -----Original Message-----
> From: PY Chan [mailto:imcpy98YAHOO.COM.HK]
> Sent: Fri 7/25/2003 12:36 AM
> To: SmartCardSDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM
> Subject: Read from & Write on Multo Card with PCSC
> Hi there,
> Is it possible to "Read from & Write on a Multo
> with PCSC". May I manipulate a multos card with
> Microsoft PCSC library?
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