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liverpool alan
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Joined: Nov 08, 2000
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Hello
probably should know this but.....
I have information, (1 byte) being sent to me via a modem to my Java based Web Server. Can I manipulate java to read this info from the buffer and pass it to a database...
The info is just 4 numbers............
Thanks........
Marilyn de Queiroz
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I'm moving this to Java in General (beginner) where more people will see it.


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Cindy Glass
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Is it in a file or something??


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Prasad Charasala
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Joined: Nov 02, 2000
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Hi,
You can do that. Find to which socket in your machine the data is coming and read the data using socket connection ( You can find related stuff in java.net.* package ) and you can send that data wherever you want.

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liverpool alan
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Joined: Nov 08, 2000
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Originally posted by Prasad Charasala:
Hi,
You can do that. Find to which socket in your machine the data is coming and read the data using socket connection ( You can find related stuff in java.net.* package ) and you can send that data wherever you want.

Thanks prasad....
I took a look and I'll give it a shot.
 
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