Monthly Archives: August 2013

Verifone compiler vrxcc doesn’t support file names longer than 32 characters

If you like long, explicit file names, and that you’re working with vrxcc (the Verifone eVo/Verix SDK compiler), you may sometimes notice that your output file name gets truncated and doesn’t have the expected extension. That’s a bug in the vrxcc compiler (versionsĀ <= 1.3 ), and it may cause many headaches.

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How to view logs on a Verifone Vx 810 duet terminal ?

The Verifone Vx development environment is quite limited when comes the time to debug your application. You may have tried to use the RVDS remote debugger, just to understand that it (kind of) works fine for a simple “Hello World” application, but it’s unusable when implementing a solution relying on several applications (like a VMAC app, for example). You’re back to basics, using logs to find out what’s going on. This article describes the procedure to enable system logging on a Verix Vx 810 duet.
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