FTDP Video Guide Released!
The FingerTec Data Processor (FTDP) is designed to connect FingerTec terminals to a third party system. The FTDP stores data in a centralized database to multiple LAN users to utilize the database to create an independent system via the ODBC manager.
The long awaited FTDP video guide is finally here. With this video guide, you can configure and use the FTDP without any hassle. You can find all the basic functions of FTDP and ways to configure it as per your own requirements.
To go to the video guide page click this link: http://user.fingertec.com/video-guide-software-FTDP.html
To download the FTDP, click this link: http://www.fingertec.com/download/FingerTec%20Data%20Processor%20Setup%201.6.5.zip
FTDP manual: http://www.fingertec.com/customer/download/postsales/SUM-FTDP.pdf
Written by: Vincent
is the ftdp database updated automaically?ReplyDelete
FTDP software by default is using Microsoft Access Database. You need to re-install manually to update the FTDP software to the latest version without removing the existing folder. You can download the latest version of FTDP software version 1.7.4 at http://www.mediafire.com/download/lla93z3yobl938o/FingerTec%20Data%20Processor%20Setup%20v1.7.4.rarDelete
my question is different, i want to extract the transaction data in daily basis on schedule job (1am) . can i do this? and how?ReplyDelete
In FTDP, you can set Automatic download to download all transaction data from terminal.Delete
But,you need to do manually exporting data to 3rd party software.
For more information on this, you can refer this link; http://www.fingertec.com/newsletter/Jan2011/AS-01.html
I have excellent knowledge on the ftdp system and if need any help, email me...ReplyDelete