Last post Oct 31, 2017 02:12 AM by Cathy Zou
Oct 30, 2017 05:08 AM|abraham1973|LINK
I have been giving a task to write a biometric time sheet application in ASP.NET using C# and the recommended fingerprint scanner is
Digital Persona, i have written the user interface but my major challenge is how to integrate the
Digital Persona DotNet classes into my application. I have install the SDK and RTE in my development Machine.
I have spent weeks trying to find solution both online and reading, I have gone through this wonderful forum most links given are disconnected or page not found.
Please i need this forum technical assistance as am running out of time on this project.
Thank you all
Oct 30, 2017 02:06 PM|mgebhard|LINK
What kind of application? A web app with a browser interface? If so, you'll need to contact the Digital Persona support to find out if their product interfaces with a browser.
Oct 30, 2017 05:17 PM|abraham1973|LINK
Many thanks Mgebhard,
I know that Digital Persona is now call CrossMatch and you need to buy their product before they can share any information, but we bought this product from a vendor and the product came with the SDK and RTE so, I am pretty sure Digital Persona don't support
this vendor. That is why i am searching solution from other source.
I will appreciate any technical assistance.
Oct 31, 2017 02:12 AM|Cathy Zou|LINK
There is no direct way to integrate a hardware device to a web application. Having a device integrated works good and with ease with a Winforms or WPF desktop application. Integrating with an ASP.NET application would be difficult.
You need a SDK for it, either a 3rd party or write your own!
Have a look at this:
Free cource code Fingerprint comparison[^]
Look at this article:
Fingerprint Reader Integration using the M2SYS SDK[^]
You can explore the following class: MSDN:
Also look at this: C# wrapped Biometric API[^]
UPDATE: Just a second thought, using Silverlight (if possible option) might help.