jxfsNet Surfing, thanks to the solid expertise of its Java developers has matured in recent years deep knowledge of the J/XFS (Java eXtensions for Financial Services), a standard that was born in the late 90s by giants such as IBM, NCR, Wincor Nixdorf and finance banking and  posts sectors.

The strengths of this standard are independence and dissemination. Thanks to J/XFS finance applications are independent of driver/device service specific to each vendor. At the same time the wider usage  of the standard (in a cross platform) gives the opportunity  of offering to   customers a complete solution and reduced costs of software integration.

According to the different interfaces provided by J/XFS, Net Surfing implemented device services to interface multifunction printers, check readers, optical scanners and magnetic  serial communication interface/usb/Ethernet interfaces.

Over the years, Net Surfing device services were developed according to the specifications of the standard, hosted and maintained by CEN, the European Committee for Standardisation:

And using J / XFS FDI (Financial Device Interface) kernel:

Ver 3.0.1
Ver 2.1.3b
For more information: (J/XFS Home Page) (CEN Workshop J/XFS) (Wikipedia)

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