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How to read data from credit card reader for CASH DESK (FPCJ)

Guys,

We are planning to implement CASH DESK (FPCJ) interface,

The requirement is when the user wants to pay his bill using his credit card by swiping on credit card machine (MAGTEK Made in TAIWAN) , I want read those detail and fill sap screen fields in FPCJ tcode like card number, name, expiration date and cvv number.

Can someone please provide guidelines on how to interface with an external card

reader to automatically get the card details into SAP when the card is

swiped?

Is there any event in FQEVENTS?

I found one event 6065 and when I try to debug by putting the breakpoint in the function module it's not stopping me there, I mean it's trigger that event,

could someone please help me to get those details...

Thanks

M

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2008 at 04:00 AM

    Hello,

    Instead of FPCJ, why do not you use T-Code FPB0 <<< from ECC onwards use FPCD>>>?. Here you have the option of mentioning Card details. This shall be stored in the data base table DFKKOPKC. Do remember that you need to comply with PCI data & remove the card data details from the above table.

    If needed, you can use events 1400 << gets triggered after you press 'Authorize'...call is made to a third party system that holds card data and validates the authencity of the card>> & 1401 can be used to edit 'Display' card data in FPB0.

    Hope this helps

    Rgds

    Rajendra

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