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.
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jPOS.org Project up to date:
jPOS 2.1.1 has been released on November 13th, 2017 // jCard under the "Business Source License" // Gradle Project now default for jPOS builds // Updates for jPOS CMF
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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
There has been some interest in jPOS-Users mailing list regarding how to setup the Client Simulator module from jPOS-EE. I'll show you here how to use it using the jPOS-template...Alejandro Revilla's jPOS.org Blog
I am trying to send messages to two different host at the same, just to save some time during processing, and later compare the result of the two request. How can I get this done without having one to wait for the other.jPOS User list