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appu sharma
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I am making a online project .
i am using Biometric finger scanner as my hardware device the driver is installed on window XP
Can anyone tell me how i connect my java program to that driver and how to manipulate the data,
so that i canuse it with JSP and MYSQL as my database.
 
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You can start learning about JNI here: http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/JDCBook/jni.html

The SDK of the driver/device probably has lots of important information and most likely sample code.
 
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Note that you won't be able to use it with JSP (only) on the front end, as the Java code in a JSP application runs entirely on the server machine, not the desktop. You'll need some code actually running on the client: either an applet as a part of your web app, or a Swing application on the desktop instead of a web app.
 
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