You’re trying to use the Verifone FileSignature.exe command line tool to sign your application before deployment on your eVo terminal, and you get this error message :
This could happen, for example, if you’re using the sign.bat batch in the Verifone VMAC application folder (ex : C:\eVoAps\VMAC\2.1.0\Output\RV\Core\Files).
So, what’s happening ? Continue reading
Following yesterday article, I thought I could publish the glossary we use at Work, which was created by one of my coworker, and that I now maintain.
You can find it here : EMV Acronyms Glossary
One of the pain when working with EMV is the number of acronyms/abbreviations you have to memorize. This nice EMV glossary, courtesy of CreditCall, is a great tool when memory is not up to the task :
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 (versions <= 1.3 ), and it may cause many headaches.