This web page has been created to allow you to download the ASPluris for Jiwa Web Service for a first-time installation. Remember that the RTP (Remote Transaction Processor) must be installed on the same computer that the Jiwa Application is installed on, as it depends on Jiwa API provided by the application.
Download the ASPluris for Jiwa Web Service installer and the Remote Transaction Processor (RTP) installer, using the links below. Note that these links will always point to the latest versions.
Save these installer files to a convenient folder on your computer, but do not run them just yet.
Then, right-click on the following link and select Save As to download the ASPluris installation and user documentation:
Run the ASPluris Web Service installer that you downloaded above.
Once the installation completes, you will need to register the ASPluris Web Service. Open the Windows Start Menu, then select All Programs and scroll down to the ASPluris V2.3 entry and click on it to open it. Finally, click on the ASPluris entry to open the ASPluris Web Service screen. See the Installation Manual for details on the registration process.
If you can’t register the program straight away, don’t worry too much – the ASPluris for Jiwa Web Service will run in trial mode for 30 days.
Next, install the RTP that you downloaded earlier. Note that you must install the RTP on the same computer that the Jiwa application is installed on. If you have previously installed the RTP, you must shut it down prior to installing it.
You don’t need to worry about installing the ASPluris Scanner Program on your Casio DT-X8 or DT-X200 scanner – it has already been installed and tested by ASP. However, you will need to configure the scanner’s Wi-Fi settings to suit your wireless network. See the Installation Manual for details on the setting the Wi-Fi configuration.
See the Installation Manual for details on the modifications and additions you need to make to the Jiwa database.
You’re now ready to start using ASPluris.
If you are training a group of people in the use of a hand-held scanner, or running a demonstration, it can be helpful to be able to display the scanner screen on a PC and a projector. See this link for information on conducting a scanner demonstration on a PC screen.