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Establishing a tcp/ip listener in my java ee app

Percy Jude
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Joined: Apr 10, 2013
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Hi Everyone,

I'm a newbee in the Java language. Currently i'm working on a project where by i'm using JavaEE, Glassfish 3, MySQL and ZK framework for presentation. I need my application to be able to communicate to a hardware device via tcp/ip. I need to have a listener in my app server to listen to request from the client, and then forward the request to the device and vice-versa. Any idea on where I can start. I know this information might not necessarily be sufficient but please let me know if more info regarding my problem is needed.

Thank you.
 
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