A Smart Card's answer-to-reset bytes.
A Smart Card with which a connection has been established.
A logical channel connection to a Smart Card.
A permission for Smart Card operations.
A Smart Card terminal, sometimes referred to as a Smart Card Reader.
The set of terminals supported by a TerminalFactory.
A command APDU following the structure defined in ISO/IEC 7816-4.
A response APDU as defined in ISO/IEC 7816-4.
A factory for CardTerminal objects.
The TerminalFactorySpi class defines the service provider interface.
Enumeration of attributes of a CardTerminal.
Exception for errors that occur during communication with the Smart Card stack or the card itself.
Exception thrown when an application tries to establish a connection with a terminal that has no card present.
The API is defined by classes in the package
javax.smartcardio. They can be classified as follows:
// show the list of available terminals TerminalFactory factory = TerminalFactory.getDefault(); List<CardTerminal> terminals = factory.terminals().list(); System.out.println("Terminals: " + terminals); // get the first terminal CardTerminal terminal = terminals.get(0); // establish a connection with the card Card card = terminal.connect("T=0"); System.out.println("card: " + card); CardChannel channel = card.getBasicChannel(); ResponseAPDU r = channel.transmit(new CommandAPDU(c1)); System.out.println("response: " + toString(r.getBytes())); // disconnect card.disconnect(false);
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