Java Card: The unsung hero of the Java Platforms


There's an excellent technical overview of Java Card here.

Java Card is deployed all over the place: from SIM cards, to cash cards, to security badges and national identity cards.

Those of you think that Java Card is too small to be interesting may be surprised to hear that smart cards, like most everything else, are growing powerful enough to run a mini-web server. The latest latest version 3.0 of JavaCard includes support Java Servlets (2.4) (in which the Janitor had some part to play). That's in addition to the existing applet based model.

There's quite a number of practical looking Java Card sessions in store for JavaOne this year.
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lets hope there is a Swing Card

Posted by RawThinkTank on March 21, 2009 at 01:11 AM PDT #

Can anyone help me!!! I am trying to interface to IO2 of a smartcard controller within JavaCard v2.2.2.

I am using a smartcard controller that has 2 IO ports (IO1 and IO2). IO1 is the default interface. I would like to know how to switch the interface from IO1 to IO2 and vice-versa. I am using Sun Java Card Development Kit v2.2.2 . If anyone has done this, can you send me examples on how to do this? Or refer me to someone who may know how to do this?

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