Vending API in the Release Station and Pay Station
Copier Terminal and Controller API
Outbound External Account API (Advanced)
require PaperCut certification and the purpose of this article is to help you understand what that involves.
Purpose of certification:
PaperCut considers that the quality of the customer’s experience is the most important measure of what we do. Where using a specific API that might impact the total user experience we want to make sure that our deep knowledge of the product architecture and the way PaperCut is used in real life is leveraged to make sure that users have the best possible experience.
Contact PaperCut and discuss the business case for your development and the scope of the work you intend to implement
After agreement with PaperCut implement your solution
Supply PaperCut with sufficient software and hardware to test your solution and be prepared to maintain a conversation during the certification process. Normally this will take 1–2 weeks, but depends on the solution and the current workload
Identify a mutual customer who is prepared to implement the solution on a “early access” basis.
Provide PaperCut with a signed and completed Early Access form from the customer (see BetaTestingProgram for details)
Liaise with PaperCut to manage licensing, problem reporting and remediation.
After a satisfactory testing and early access exercise PaperCut will provide certification. This includes:
If relevant the addition of new device types and licence options in the standard product
At PaperCut’s discretion inclusion of your product on our website as a supported solution
Details of your product may be included in PaperCut’s next reseller newsletter at PaperCut’s discretion.
This release contains an updated Java version which no longer supports 32-bit workstations. If you have any 32-bit users launching the User Client or Release Station from a network share, see this Knowledge Base article for more information.