Linux Scanner SDK
The Software Development Kit (SDK) for Linux enables a developer to create an application that can connect to and control a Zebra scanner
A suite of components that provides a unified software development framework with a wide range of functions for interfacing Zebra scanners to user applications and solutions.
The Zebra Scanner Software Developer Kit (SDK) for Linux defines an architectural framework providing a single programming interface across multiple programming languages (such as C++, Java) and across multiple system environments (such as RPM based Linux distributions and Debian based Linux) for all scanner communication variants (such as IBMHID, SNAPI, and HIDKB).
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Overview

This chapter describes how to install the Zebra Scanner SDK and components on recommended platforms.

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SDK Components

The SDK installation package installs the following SDK components to the default locations...

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System Requirements

Minimum hardware requirements & supported Linux Distributions

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CoreScanner and SDK Installers

The CoreScanner Version 4.0 SDK and later offer three types of installers to accommodate many different Linux distributions...

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Installing the CoreScanner and SDK

This section describes how to install each CoreScanner and SDK package after selecting the suitable installer for the Linux distribution.

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Installed Components

CoreScanner daemon service (cscore) is installed with the zebra-scanner-corescanner package. This coordinates activity between the communication layer (SNAPI, IBMHH, IBMTT, etc.) and upper level drivers (JPOS, SDK API, etc.).

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Configuration

To configure logging, udev options and client library options for CoreScanner and SDK, use the corescanner-sdk.conf file located in the directory /etc/zebra-scanner...

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Test Utilities

The Zebra Scanner SDK includes the following test utilities that demonstrate SDK functionality to help you gain an understanding of the Zebra Scanner SDK...

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Verifying Scanner SDK Functionality

This section provides test cases to demonstrate Zebra Scanner SDK functionality...

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SDK Sample Utilities

This section describes how to use the utilities to gain an understanding of the SDK.

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Source Code for the Console Application

Source code snippets from Console App

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Dependencies

Following dependencies are required to execute CIM Service Provider on host environment...

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Deployment

Installation & verification instructions

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Supported Properties

Following properties supported with the CIM Service Provide latest version...

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Overview

Each scanner has an attribute list which can be accessed by the user. There are 3 types of operations that can be performed over the attribute list. They are get, set and store.

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Binary Command

There are 3 files in the distribution package...

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Get Set Script

Open the script file with your favorite editor...

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Input XML

A reference input xml file can be found in the sample_xml_file directory.

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Output XML

Output xml file is created for the requested attribute ids in the get-attributes-configuration tag of the input xml file.

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