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From: Andreas Selle (selleCHIEFSOFTWAREARCHITECT.DE)
Date: Wed Jan 21 2004 - 00:41:29 CST
I recently created a sophisticated .NET smart card framework. This framework
is much more than just a thin wrapper, but also offers a convenient high
level API. It's functionality is comparable to the OpenCard Framework for
Java, but for .NET. It will make your life much easier than creating your
own P/Invoke wrappers.
I plan to start sell the final version in two or three weeks. If you, or any
one else, is interested I can send you a whitepaper and prerelease version
for evaluation. Just send me an email.
----- Original Message -----
From: "SUBSCRIBE SmartCardSDK Barry" <dis00169PORT.AC.UK>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 12:12 AM
> Hi guys,
> I have been doing development of smart card applications using
> in .net and have come across a few problems connecting to the card. If
> think you can help please check out...
> My real question here though is... has anyone used the SCARDSSPLib that is
> in the .net framwork to connect to smart cards?
> Can anyone tell me where i can find information related to this library
> where i can get examples of programming VB.NET applications using
> Thanks for any help on either this post or my previous post.