Company: Link Technologies
Case No: L11999. Project: 12.10: LinkSOFT version 12.1
Logged By: Sanjay (Link Technologies) on 15 Jun 2020 05:53PM
Priority: High
Product: Point of Sale
Group: Enhancement
Time Taken: 8.00 (Weight: 8.00)
Version: 12.10.1020
Assigned To: Rashna (Edge Business Solutions)
Circulation: Rashna, Sanjay, Sanjeet
Resolve By: Monday, 15 June 2020 09:34 PM [1402 days since logged date]
Status: Closed
Subject: Add functionality to enable POS to work with VSDC without using a secure card reader (No SDC Hardware Required)
Summary:    

TaxCore has added the ability for consumers to use VSDC using a Security Certificate based on pfx File. 

We are building this functionality into LinkSOFT.

*** See Email Thread Below ***

Sanjay Singh <sanjay@linktechnologies.com.au> 9 Jun 2020, 15:30 (6 days ago) to Goran

Hi Goran,

Is there a third option for Invoice signing in Samoa? Customers are asking if they can sign just using a certificate, i.e. without a secure card.

Please let me know what I need to do to get the product certified is this is an option.

Regards
Sanjay Singh
Managing Director & Founder
Link Technologies
B Sc, PGDTE, MCSD, MIT
Mobile:+ 61(0) XXX-XXX-XXX
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Goran Todorov Tue, 9 Jun, 20:44 (6 days ago) to me

Hi Sanjay,

Yes indeed, as a matter of fact you are one of the rare developers who utilize digital certificate from the smart card to approach V-SDC, which is a legitimate option by the way, but requires your customer to procure smart card reader. Anyways, looks like a flashback because I think we discussed this couple of years ago in Fiji. Doesn't matter, please take a look at the POS developer instruction document, and utilize PFX file to target V-SDC.

For any assistance send email to taxcore.support@dti.rs so some of our developers can help you solve any issues you stumble across.
best regards,
DTI Goran Todorov
Managing Director

phone +38162235532
phone todorov011
phone Goran Todorov
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Sanjay Singh <sanjay@linktechnologies.com.au> 10 Jun 2020, 08:47 (5 days ago) to Goran

Thanks Goran,

Yes, I remember discussing this with you in the FRCS office some time ago.
Let me read through and implement this - It would be easier for clients to use PFX

Regards
Sanjay Singh
Managing Director & Founder
Link Technologies
B Sc, PGDTE, MCSD, MIT
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Your Sandbox POS access request has been approved Inbox

TaxCore Sandbox
Attachments
Fri, 12 Jun, 18:03 (3 days ago) to me

TaxCore Sandbox
Dear Sanjay, Your POS access request has been approved.

You have requested 0 cards / 1 files.

Business name: Link Technologies

TIN: {Redacted}

Location Name: Link Technologies

Please use this link to set your connection to V-SDC server: "https://vsdc.sandbox.taxcore.online/"

Please find the list of digital certificates for V-SDC access.

UID Password PAC Download URL
{Redacted} {Redacted} {Redacted} {Redacted}

In the meantime, should you have any additional questions please check TaxCore website https://www.dti.rs/

If you seek further clarification, please email to taxcore.support@dti.rs

Kind Regards,

TaxCore Sandbox Team
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Audit Notes:Edited by sanjay on 15/06/20 17:53. Edited by sanjay on 15/06/20 17:34. Edited by sanjay on 15/06/20 17:33. Edited by sanjay on 15/06/20 17:33. 
15 Jun 202005:45PM Comment 1 by Sanjay (Link Technologies) Assigned To: Rashna (Edge Business Solutions) Followup Date: 15-06-2020 09:34 PM Time Taken: 6.00

Development work for this case has been completed.

The change will be available in version:12.0.0615

1. The following changes were made(Include Database object names, Program classes and any other relevant information):

  1. Added a new configuration on POS VSDC called "PAC". "PAC" is a code provided with a PFX file that acts like a password during the security handshake process. (Secure Card, PIN and Card Reader is no longer required)

2. Affected Areas:

  1. VSDC implementation without Secure Card or Secure Card Reader

3. The issue was caused by:

  1. Improvement

4. Notes

  1. When requesting for a certificate, choose VSDC - File-based certificate on the TaxCode web Portal
  2. Install the certificate provided by TaxCore (Installing Dev-Pfx Certificate.pdf)
  3. Enter the VSDC details into the POS "station configuration" including the "PAC" code provided by TaxCore. This code should be in the email received from Tax Core.
  4. You should be able to sign Invoices using VSDC without the need for a PIN or a Secure Card/Secure Card Reader

5. Next Step: UAT

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Development Reference:

  1. POS Station Configuration: TaxIntegration_VSDC_PAC
  2. LT_POS_Order_Select, LT_SYS_AccountsReceivableTransaction_Select - Added PAC 

15 Jun 202005:53PM Comment 2 by Sanjay (Link Technologies) ETC was changed from 19/06/2020 to 15/06/2020
22 Jun 202002:45PM Comment 3 by Rashna (Edge Business Solutions) Assigned To: Rashna (Edge Business Solutions) Followup Date: 22-06-2020 06:44 PM Time Taken: 1.00
QA Results
Tests carried out according to requirements specified on the case header

Test Results Summary

Table 1 - Summarised list of issues
NoTest DescriptionPass/Fail
1Test case as per test planPass

Environment Details

  1. OS version: Windows Server 2012
  2. Application version: 12.0.0.619
  3. Setup: Demo
  4. Server : 10.0.0.14
  5. Database: LINKSOFT-CASEL1199

Next Step

  1. Documentation

    13 Jul 202012:34PM Comment 4 by Rashna (Edge Business Solutions) Assigned To: Rashna (Edge Business Solutions) Followup Date: 13-07-2020 04:33 PM Time Taken: 1.00

    Hi Sanjay, 

    Documentation has been reviewed and updated for page "LinkSOFT\Installation\VMS_Setup_in_LinkSOFT.htm"

    Thanks
    Rashna


    Attachments:
    General Documents - Case: L11999:Installing Dev-Pfx Certificate.pdf
    Technical Instructions for POS Developers - Version 2.7.pdf
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