1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 3, 2013 10:03 AM by Umer

    Store array of objects in Java Card 2.2.1 platform

      Hi all,

      I am new to smart card development and developing a demo e-wallet application using Java Card 2.2.1 SDK. I'd like to store last 10 transactions in card and create getter-setter methods. The structure of Transaction that i thought as follow:
      public class Transaction {
           private byte type; // + or -
           private short amount;
           private byte[] date;
      [Date format: "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"]
      And transactionList:
      public class TransactionList {
           protected short currentIndex = (short) -1;
           protected Transaction [] list = new Transaction [10];
      In my desktop application i have already called card's selectApplication(); / getBalance(); / setBalance(); / getWalletId(); / setWalletId(); methods. I need to create a method [getLastTransactions] in card project and call it from my desktop application.

      <font size="2">How should I set up a structure for this issue?</font>
        • 1. Re: Store array of objects in Java Card 2.2.1 platform
          First of all don't allocate memory other than the constructor.

          As you know you cannot return an object as a response from a java card so what you will get is just bytes of data. So create a byte[] of size equal to LAST_10_TRANSTION_SIZE and then by TLV store data into that array and upon receiving on host side decode it using the TLV.
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