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Printing to a local client from web server (Receipt printer / Cash Drawer)

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I am looking for an alternative solution to to open a cash drawer, print to a receipt printer/bar code printer via web browser.  I prefer to use classic asp but open.  I did see this answer on EE.  I am wondering if anybody has an alternative or less expensive component.
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Question by:Scott Fell,  EE MVE
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My question was not specific enough to get the answer I was looking for.  This did lead me to figuring out you need to send the codes to the printer and it is the printer that will hook up to the drawer.

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