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connet to the scanner by java

  Asked By: Madeline    Date: May 27    Category: Java    Views: 21432

I want to connect to a scanner device through a jsp page or a java program.
I've installed scanner's driver, too.

Have worked anybody with scanner by java?



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Dan Romero     Answered On: May 27

You can connect  and acquire images from the most available scanners  using the JTwain (http://asprise.com/product/jtwain/) library. it supports all scanners and digital cameras which support the TWAIN standard. But it is a commercial software(u can download a trial version from the site and use it in your projects, but it prompts for the license from time to time). the usage is simple , follow the manuals and user guides available on the product site.

Answer #2    Answered By: Clint Garcia     Answered On: May 27

We used JTwain to facilitate scanning in a java  based web application. This tool is an applet which you can plug it in your page  and the rest is just selecting the local scanner  on the client machine and proceeding with scanning and uploading the file to the server.

Answer #3    Answered By: Wilfred Young     Answered On: May 27

Morena 6 is Image Acquisition Framework for Java™ Platform - a bridge between the image acquisition hardware (scanners, cameras) and Java™ world.
try it,
I think it's helpful.

Answer #4    Answered By: Azadeh Anisa     Answered On: Oct 09

JTwain is for win 32bit but i want to use in win 7 64bit or win XP or...
and use for project on the web and can connect to share scanner devices.
is any idea?????

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