jPOS is a Java® platform-based, mission-critical, ISO-8583 based financial transaction library/framework that can be customized and extended to implement financial interchanges.
Makes the most out of jPOS by providing developers with the business logic, rules and database connectivity required by financial interchanges, transaction switches and other sophisticated systems.
A familiy of jPOS related products like jCARD, jPTS, Programmer's Guide, ISO/Bridge and the ISO-8583 C lightweight library.
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jPOS.org Project up to date:
jPOS 2.1.3 has been released // jPOS-EE 2.1.6 will follow soon. New development version is 2.1.4-SNAPSHOT now.// jCard under the "Business Source License" // Gradle Project now default for jPOS builds
jPOS UsersFrom Fortune 500 companies to small retailers
jPOS.org Community ActivityRants, raves, questions and more from jPOS.org's vibrant community
Hi Guys, I'm looking to archive a real non-blocking multithreading Q2 client service without a Java EE Container. What approaches are you using in this very latest release?jPOS User list
jPOS 2.0.8 has been released, new development version is now 2.0.9-SNAPSHOT see ChangeLog for details. This release includes the former jPOS-EE SSH module that can be enabled by calling Q2 with the --ssh switch. This requires a file cfg/authorized_keys and defaults to port 2222. After starting the SSH service, one can: ssh -p 2222 admin@localhost and get a Q2 CLI prompt. See q2 --help for details.Alejandro Revilla's jPOS.org Blog
Support Friday on Slack - Last Friday we used Slack instead of IRC, and it was fun. I'll be online this afternoon if you want to join. The URL is https://jpos.slack.com/...jPOS User list