Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. One thing you could do in that case–where you can’t get a driver to work on a development machine–would be to use the device simulators that come with POS for. Coupled with generic Text Printer driver, you have it all! Could you redirect me to some samples for using ESC2 codes in vb. NET for Windows 7.
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Again, by using the generic printer driver, you can send a specific ESC control codes to it and the drawer should kick out – It may not be relevant to the question but thought I’d include that.
By the way, I guess the cash drawer is plugged into the back of the printer yes? Sumner Evans 6, 4 21 I failed to find any code samples for using ESC2 codes using vb. In light of this, it would be worth your while to check out Microsoft’s POS kit for.
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By using a generic text printer driver, you can send escape sequences to the printer to control the formatting as the printer uses the Epson ESC2 code sequences. I am using a TMIV receipt printer. CashDrawer, and one fpson the methods is called ‘OpenCashDrawer’. Post as a guest Name.
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A new set of OPOS drivers have been released for this that you can run under Windows 7 64bit successfully. It might be easier to use a generic text printer driver.
I can’t recall just now if they come with a cash drawer simulator. Microsoft’s POS Kit, in fact, will do all of this for you without worrying about the specific information such as escape codes etc and it is very comprehensive, for instance, there’s a class you instantiate in a particular way, called Microsoft.
One thing you could do in that case–where you can’t get a driver to work on a development machine–would be to use the device simulators that come with POS for.
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As Tom says, if you’re are writing a. Yes i’ll be using a cash drawer attached to the printer. I tried to install Windows Vista drivers on Windows 7 since there are none available for Windows 7, but it did not work. Could you redirect me to some samples for using ESC2 codes in vb.
Download it and it will make life easier for yourself! If you can’t install some particular driver in Windows 7, then that would not really be very surprising.