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Reading ip address through screen display

sadhu charan
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Hi to All,
I have a requirement for uploading different images for different monitor which is remotely connected through network, Like suppose there are 4 computer and one Administrator computer, Here in administrative computer administrator upload different image like image-1 for computer-1 and image-2 for computer-2 and image-3 for computer-3 and image-4 for computer-4,can it possible my friends ?

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Richard Tookey
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sadhu charan wrote:can it possible my friends ?


Of course!
sadhu charan
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Joined: Nov 27, 2012
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Hi Richard,

Can you suggest me how ? give some example in coding or if you have any link then send me

Thanks
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Richard Tookey
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Many possible approaches are possible but most require that you have some sort of server on each machine that needs to accept the uploaded file. With pretty much zero coding effort you could install an FTP server or SFTP server or even an HTTP server on each target machine. The central machine would then just push the file appropriate to a particular computer. If, for example, you wanted to write a program to run on the central machine to do the work then you could use Java. There are many Java based FTP , SFTP and HTTP clients that could be used. You can take your pick.

You could program the central computer in just about any of the major languages; you would not have to restrict yourself to Java to do this.
 
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