wallstreet9 is a small home banking application that uses HBCI4Java for HBCI functionality. It is not intended to become a high-end home banking application, but can be used as a test application for your HBCI account or as a demonstration of how to use HBCI4Java.
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Release Notes: This release adds support for RDH-2 key files and changes some settings for database configuration, so that now usage for e.g. H2 database is possible. It needs at least hbci4java 2.5.6 because of some API changes.
Release Notes: Support for accessing chipcard terminals (for DDV passports) via the OpenCard Framework was added.
Release Notes: This release adds GUI settings to optionally disable some annoying popups, database support, two new jobs for getting information about accounts, support for disabling certificate verification for pintan-passports and for automatically using correct customer IDs when adding HBCI jobs, and fixes for problems with float-values (now using double- and integer-precision) and for some formatting bugs for values. wallstreet9 can be run as a standalone application and as an applet now.
Release Notes: Most changes to this package have been necessary to be compatible with the current version of the HBCI4Java client package. If you want to use wallstreet9 with the current version of the HBCI4Java client package, you have to use this wallstreet9-snapshot.
Release Notes: This release improves some of the HBCI jobs, integrates support for all passport types recognized by HBCI4Java, improves the status information after executing HBCI dialogs, adds the ability to abort running HBCI dialogs, and adds support for automatically using correct customer IDs (depending on the account used).