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In Person SDK Java based Web Application

Hello, 

We have a Java Spring based E-Commerce Web App that interfaces with Authorize.NET payment SDK for payments. We are looking to support Chip cards (EMV). Looking at the SDKs that Authorize.NET offers, I see that for EMV cards there is an In-Person SDK for iOS, Android, and Windows. These, however, are targeted towards mobile apps. There isn't any In-Person SDK for Java that can be used in an app desktop-based Web Application like ours.  

Are there plans to release a Java-based In-Person SDK as well that we can integrate within our application? 

 

Appreciate your help! 

 

Thanks,

Jay

Authorize.Net Expert
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Registered: ‎11-16-2017

Re: In Person SDK Java based Web Application

 Please checkout https://github.com/AuthorizeNet/inperson-sdk-android. This is in Java

 

-Bhavana

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Registered: ‎07-27-2016

Re: In Person SDK Java based Web Application

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Hi,

 

From what I understand the Java Spring based Web App you have is for E-Commerce solution which interfaces with Authorize.net using the Java SDK.

This webapp should be fully capable of supporting all types of card EMV and non EMV in eCommerce.

 

Now you want to support Chip cards (EMV) in your In-Store/POS application ?

Our In-Person SDK for iOS, Android, and Windows enables you to build and integrate In-Store/POS solutions to accept phyiscal cards via card readers in the 3 different OS platforms.

 

In-Store if you have a Java application running on Windows OS you can use the C# In-Person SDK to interface with the card readers and Authorize.Net and create a communication interface between your Java application and the C# application for payments. 

 

Hope this Helps !

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Registered: ‎05-03-2018

Re: In Person SDK Java based Web Application

Hi!

 

I just posted a similar issue, however, my Application is written in Python.  I don't have a clue how to interact with the .NET listeners and such as the SDK guide points out.  Do you have any ideas on how I could go about using this in my application to accept in-person transactions from my Chipper?