doubt in simple program (jc)
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Posted By:   vinoth_vasan
Posted On:   Sunday, March 10, 2002 06:07 PM

We read that jcwde acts as a simulator to run the program(ie when only we don't have card terminal),
but we are owning a card terminal(gemplus) and card.
Then what's the use of jcwde tool (simulator) in running the application.
whether our card external program communicates with card resident program thru jcwde tools?
Is it takes(jcwde) any active role in storing the applet permanently in the card.
pls clarify our doubts at the earliest
thangs in advance
vinoth and vasan

Re: doubt in simple program (jc)

Posted By:   Julien_SIMON  
Posted On:   Monday, March 11, 2002 12:09 AM

The JCWDE is a simulator, which means that it can simulate a Java Card so that you can starting writing applets even if you don't have actual cards. Either you use the simulator, OR you use actual cards, but not both at the same time!


Cards alone won't be very useful if you don't have the corresponding SDK (see my previous answer), which you can get from the card manufacturer (in your case, Gemplus).


Cheers,


Julien

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