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We have a web based accounting software, and severly need to connect to scanners and operate them via our programs. What can be used? PHP, Javascript,... to do that? ?????? -- Posted using the http://www.dbforumz.com interface, at author's request Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards Topic URL: http://www.dbforumz.com/PHP-Reading-scannres-output-ftopict241287.html Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse: http://www.dbforumz.com/eform.php?p=838833...

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    Default Reading scannres output

    We have a web based accounting software, and severly need to connect
    to scanners and operate them via our programs. What can be used? PHP,
    Javascript,... to do that? ??????

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    Om1d_h Guest

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    Default Re: Reading scannres output

    What an odd little question...

    Are the scanners attached to the server, or the client?

    ~D

    dracolytch Guest

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    "" wrote: 

    They are connected to the clients.
    Iím just looking for a way to handle it. What about Javascript?
    What about asking users to scan the file and then upload the .JPG file
    on our server?
    Any other ways? ???

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    Om1d_h Guest

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    Om1d_h wrote:

    [...]
     
    >
    > They are connected to the clients.
    > I'm just looking for a way to handle it. What about Javascript?
    > What about asking users to scan the file and then upload the .JPG file
    > on our server?
    > Any other ways? ???[/ref]


    Forget JavaScript. Just scan directly to the server.

    Any other ways? Try Googling "macro utility".

    I don't think this question has anything to do with PHP.

    By the way, one question mark is fine.

    E

    elektrophyte Guest

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    "Om1d_h" <com> 

    Write a normal, compiled, client-server app that uses sockets. It's quite
    easy to do in Free Pascal/Delphi. However it might be a bit hard do use
    Twain drivers...

    PHP is executed on server. All the client get is html code + headers. So PHP
    can't control scanners.
    JavaScript can control only user's web browser, which *usually* can't scan
    :]
    Same with Java, Flash.

    If you can ask user, to scan the image, than you can ask the user to send to
    to you via e-mail.

    Regards,
    Talthen


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