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How to send characters to a pole display using Microsoft access

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    How to send characters to a pole display using Microsoft access


    I have developed a POS system using Microsoft Access. As the items being sold or refunded are scanned by a bar code scanner into the program, I would also like this information displayed on the LD9000 Series Logic Controls Pole Display. The pole display is connected to comm3. At this point in time I am not sure what code is required by my program to send the discription and cost of the item to the pole display. Can someone help me.

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    So that would be serial port communication? Review
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    Did you speak with the manufacturer/supplier of the "LD9000 Series Logic Controls Pole Display"?
    Many developers would have checked the specs, even talked with equipment supplier, before any code to test the functionality of the device.
    Few would say they have "developed a POS system" until all features were in place, tested and shown to be working as expected.
    I'm not really trying to be negative - it just seems some parts of the development are out of order.

    I found this via Google

    Good luck with your project.

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