TaxSpooler is the software needed to operate several document electronic signature machines in the Greek market, like all MAT Electronics machines, Casio ones, etc.
The system, in a simplified description, applies the SHA-1 algorithm to text contents of document submitted and constructs an electronic signature that is then printed along with the document submitted, so that the document can later be verified against this signature and thus ensured that original contents have not been modified.
There are two ways of operation, according to Greek law:
Use of type B operational way gives the most efficient and powerful results.
TaxSpooler server can be installed on all Windows 32bit NT-based platforms starting with Windows 2K and then, i.e. Windows 2K professional, Windows 2K server, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Pro., Windows 2003 Server, etc.
Versions till 18.104.22.168 can also be installed on lesser 32bit platforms, i.e. Windows 98.
Clients requesting a document to be signed can be of nearly any Operating System, providing it can communicate with Windows somehow. Best preferred communication method is TCP/IP. However, solutions have already been applied to systems that use only the serial port.
Among the tested Operating Systems, for client software, are: Digital Unix-64, IBM AS-400, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Linux (several variations), SCO Unix, SCO UnixWare.
Software is available to download and fully operable for a month. Software includes hardware emulator for the DM-100 device, so you can test the software, without presence of the DM-100 device. However software interface is in the Greek Language.
If you require further assistance or a specific translation of the Greek language to another language, please contact Metafuture (email to: ).