Configuring the WEIGHTRONIX - 6720 Scale

We are using RMS 2.0 and are trying to configure the scale to be recognize by the RMS software. The scale seems to installed correctly on its own, but the interaction to read the weight inside the RMS, does not work. Here are the details : When we use the weight scale admin, it gives a corect weight. But after when we go the Microsoft RMS and selection the option to configure Microsoft opos service objects to configure the scale, it tells us weight - no data, status - error extended 114. Any thoughts on how to solve it with this particular scale ?
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gci1000
We are using RMS 2.0 and are trying to configure the scale to be recognize by the RMS software. The scale seems to installed correctly on its own, but the interaction to read the weight inside the RMS, does not work. Here are the details : When we use the weight scale admin, it gives a corect weight. But after when we go the Microsoft RMS and selection the option to configure Microsoft opos service objects to configure the scale, it tells us weight - no data, status - error extended 114. Any thoughts on how to solve it with this particular scale ? Thanks.
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gci1000
We are using RMS 2.0 and are trying to configure the scale to be recognize by the RMS software. The scale seems to installed correctly on its own, but the interaction to read the weight inside the RMS, does not work. Here are the details : When we use the weight scale admin, it gives a corect weight. But after when we go the Microsoft RMS and selection the option to configure Microsoft opos service objects to configure the scale, it tells us weight - no data, status - error extended 114. Any thoughts on how to solve it with this particular scale ? Thanks.
Reply to
gci1000
We are using RMS 2.0 and are trying to configure the scale to be recognize by the RMS software. The scale seems to installed correctly on its own, but the interaction to read the weight inside the RMS, does not work. Here are the details : When we use the weight scale admin, it gives a corect weight. But after when we go the Microsoft RMS and selection the option to configure Microsoft opos service objects to configure the scale, it tells us weight - no data, status - error extended 114. The scale used is the Weightronix 6720 model. Any thoughts on how to solve it with this particular scale ?
(5952) Thanks.
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gci1000
We are using RMS 2.0 and are trying to configure the scale to be recognize by the RMS software. The scale seems to installed correctly on its own, but the interaction to read the weight inside the RMS, does not work. Here are the details : When we use the weight scale admin, it gives a corect weight. But after when we go the Microsoft RMS and selection the option to configure Microsoft opos service objects to configure the scale, it tells us weight - no data, status - error extended 114. Any thoughts on how to solve it with this particular scale ? We are using the Weightronix 6720 scale. Thanks.
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gci1000
You set up the OPOS driver using the Weight Scale Admin software from Weightronix. If you can retrieve the weight of an item, you're halfway home. Just give it an LDN (Logical Device Name) such as scale. Enter this in the Register properties in RMS. You don't need to use the option to Configure Microsoft OPOS Service Objects.
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Ron R.
Thanks. I have follow your email and try to set up my scale. But it seem to create some kind of conflict at login : when I enter my user id and password into the pos it is saying access is denied. I then click ok and it allows me to do work on pos. When I try to weigh something in pos it is giviing me "hardware failure 703 ; the scale reported a general error " . It looks like the scale is started to comunicate with rms but there is something that is still missing. Please advise if you have any suggestions.
Thank you.
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gci1000

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