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software a ROR application. i want to attach a biometric device for
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  • Walter Lee Davis at May 31, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    On May 31, 2012, at 6:47 AM, ashutosh verma wrote:

    I am using Project fedena for School Management software a ROR application. i want to attach a biometric device for students & employee attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    What sort of biometric device is this? I haven't worked with any of those, but I have worked with bar-code scanners, and the way they work is that they basically emulate a keyboard typing really quickly. You click or tab into the text field that the bar-code belongs in, and pull the trigger, and the code is inserted in the text field.

    Maybe that's a starting point for you to investigate.

    Walter

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  • Colin Law at May 31, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    On 31 May 2012 14:18, Walter Lee Davis wrote:
    On May 31, 2012, at 6:47 AM, ashutosh verma wrote:

    I am using Project fedena for School Management software a ROR application. i want to attach  a biometric device for students & employee attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    What sort of biometric device is this? I haven't worked with any of those, but I have worked with bar-code scanners, and the way they work is that they basically emulate a keyboard typing really quickly. You click or tab into the text field that the bar-code belongs in, and pull the trigger, and the code is inserted in the text field.
    Assuming that you want the device connected to the client PC (rather
    than the server) then you could have a problem accessing it from the
    browser.

    Colin

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  • Pe medeiros at May 31, 2012 at 3:04 pm
    Assuming that you want to use it within the browser, I'm afraid you have to
    create another program for that.
    I've seen people create a Java Applet to access external devices from the
    browser. That I known it will work.

    But assuming you just want to integrate biometrics data monitoring and
    visualization, I believe that the best way is to create a
    diferent desktop/embedded application just to communicate with the server
    and register the data.

    2012/5/31 Colin Law <clanlaw@googlemail.com>
    On 31 May 2012 14:18, Walter Lee Davis wrote:
    On May 31, 2012, at 6:47 AM, ashutosh verma wrote:

    I am using Project fedena for School Management software a ROR
    application. i want to attach a biometric device for students & employee
    attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    What sort of biometric device is this? I haven't worked with any of
    those, but I have worked with bar-code scanners, and the way they work is
    that they basically emulate a keyboard typing really quickly. You click or
    tab into the text field that the bar-code belongs in, and pull the trigger,
    and the code is inserted in the text field.

    Assuming that you want the device connected to the client PC (rather
    than the server) then you could have a problem accessing it from the
    browser.

    Colin

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  • Richard Campbell at Jun 4, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    ashutosh verma wrote in post #1062681:
    I am using Project fedena <http://projectfedena.org/> for School
    Management
    software a ROR application. i want to attach a biometric device for
    students & employee attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    You can use a keyboard wedge application called BioWedge with a Morpho
    MSO300 scanner. This assumes you are running on Windows. The web site is
    www.BioMetricSolution.com.

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  • Hanish jadala at Jun 5, 2012 at 1:30 pm
    i have implemented biometric device to project fedena but i have used a
    small app which will collect the punch-in from device and will push to the
    server. Yes you can attach biometric device for student and employee
    attendance. but for students it will be bit risky because the count of
    students will be more.
    On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Richard Campbell wrote:

    ashutosh verma wrote in post #1062681:
    I am using Project fedena <http://projectfedena.org/> for School
    Management
    software a ROR application. i want to attach a biometric device for
    students & employee attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    You can use a keyboard wedge application called BioWedge with a Morpho
    MSO300 scanner. This assumes you are running on Windows. The web site is
    www.BioMetricSolution.com.

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  • Richard Campbell at Jun 5, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    honey jadala wrote in post #1063142:
    i have implemented biometric device to project fedena but i have used a
    small app which will collect the punch-in from device and will push to
    the
    server. Yes you can attach biometric device for student and employee
    attendance. but for students it will be bit risky because the count of
    students will be more.
    The maximum user count with the simplest solution is 20,000. There's a
    cloud version that can handle much higher user counts.

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  • ROHINI KAMBDE at Jun 5, 2012 at 5:33 pm
    If possible could you please let me know how did you implement this ..?i
    too want to integrate this feature into my app.

    On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 7:00 PM, hanish jadala wrote:

    i have implemented biometric device to project fedena but i have used a
    small app which will collect the punch-in from device and will push to the
    server. Yes you can attach biometric device for student and employee
    attendance. but for students it will be bit risky because the count of
    students will be more.

    On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Richard Campbell wrote:

    ashutosh verma wrote in post #1062681:
    I am using Project fedena <http://projectfedena.org/> for School
    Management
    software a ROR application. i want to attach a biometric device for
    students & employee attendance , any one can suggest me how i can do it.
    You can use a keyboard wedge application called BioWedge with a Morpho
    MSO300 scanner. This assumes you are running on Windows. The web site is
    www.BioMetricSolution.com.

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  • Richard Campbell at Jun 6, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063187:
    If possible could you please let me know how did you implement this
    ..?i
    too want to integrate this feature into my app.
    Rohini, Actually, since it is keyboard wedge you don't have to do any
    integration, that's the best part. Install the software, plug in the usb
    reader, enroll the people involved and then set it to "identification
    mode". If you want to organize a group of readers to share a common
    enrollment database you set up the various clients and then point them
    to a share location where the database resides. These steps need to be
    done on a Windows machine. If you want send me an email and I can assist
    you further. Rich

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  • ROHINI KAMBDE at Jun 6, 2012 at 12:34 pm
    may i know what is that software to be installed..?
    On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 5:40 PM, Richard Campbell wrote:

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063187:
    If possible could you please let me know how did you implement this
    ..?i
    too want to integrate this feature into my app.
    Rohini, Actually, since it is keyboard wedge you don't have to do any
    integration, that's the best part. Install the software, plug in the usb
    reader, enroll the people involved and then set it to "identification
    mode". If you want to organize a group of readers to share a common
    enrollment database you set up the various clients and then point them
    to a share location where the database resides. These steps need to be
    done on a Windows machine. If you want send me an email and I can assist
    you further. Rich

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  • Richard Campbell at Jun 6, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063329:
    may i know what is that software to be installed..?
    it's called biowedge. it requires a morpho scanner to work and won't run
    at all without a the morpho scanner. they sell the software and scanner
    together. a couple minutes to install, fairly straightforward.

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  • ROHINI KAMBDE at Jun 6, 2012 at 5:30 pm
    Thank you very much for your information..i will follow this procedure
    first , and if i still get any doubts i will contact you ..Thanks for your
      support and help.
    On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 8:01 PM, Richard Campbell wrote:

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063329:
    may i know what is that software to be installed..?
    it's called biowedge. it requires a morpho scanner to work and won't run
    at all without a the morpho scanner. they sell the software and scanner
    together. a couple minutes to install, fairly straightforward.

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  • Richard Campbell at Jun 6, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063383:
    Thank you very much for your information..i will follow this procedure
    first , and if i still get any doubts i will contact you ..Thanks for
    your
    support and help.
    no problem.

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  • ROHINI KAMBDE at Jun 7, 2012 at 5:30 am
    And do you have any idea about how to integrate crystal reports in ruby
    on rails (2.3.8)


    On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 11:06 PM, Richard Campbell wrote:

    rohini kambde wrote in post #1063383:
    Thank you very much for your information..i will follow this procedure
    first , and if i still get any doubts i will contact you ..Thanks for
    your
    support and help.
    no problem.

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  • Mahananda R Naguri at May 26, 2016 at 10:07 am
    You mentioned in this forum that you have small app which will collect
    the punch-in from device and will push to the server.

    Could please let me know how to collect the punch-in to build that small
    app?

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  • Mahananda R Naguri at May 26, 2016 at 10:11 am
    Hi honey jadala,

    Actually I need implement the same using Java. If i get idea how to
    collect punch-in from device, then rest i can build.

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