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reading a biometrics or proximity reader input

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i just wanted to know if anybody could help me on how to go about reading an input from a biometrics or proximity reader. see, i have a project that needs to track employee time and attendance, but the employees either use fingerprint scanning or proximity cards. how could i read their input? would i be needing an SDK or is there another way? i sure hope there is another way so i will not be forced to buy the reader provider's SDK. please help!
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One would assume so. The readers that you have. Do the manufacturer not supply any SDK's? Have u checked their websites?

I found a few links that may get u started

http://www.filehungry.com/english/product/windows_software/programming/components_&_libraries/priore_fingerprint_vs_net_control
http://www.neurotechnologija.com/
http://www.eyenetwatch.com/biosecurity/<span%20class=



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Ooops, ignore my 1st sentence (manufactuers SDK)  as I realised u dont want to buy the reader's SDK!
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thanks for the help!
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