Tedd Alevo

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What is DataHandler? Is it a class which origins your mind - or is it something you use just for convenience, because it was there?
Whenever you're challenged with interop questions, it is good to stick with what web-services really ment to offer: Transporting data from one end of the wire to the other end.
So maybe DataHandler has a member that represents the connection to a database - you cannot serialize things like that.
Identify the parts your really need, write your own, custom class - the bean-style way, then there should be no problems with axis and .net.
If this post didn't help, please be a bit more specific.
17 years ago
Try to use two machines. Transmit the Data to a multicast address like 224.1.0.0 and use an even port. Don't use the reserved multicast addresses 224.0.0.1 to 224.0.0.255!
If it fails again, it might be possible that the selected files can not be streamed by any installed JMF Plug-In on your PC. Try to stream DirectSoundInput (your mic!), this should work in almost any cases.
17 years ago
This is really weired... I tested it on a different network with two different PCs and it works absolutely correct. Is it possible that one of the two PCs in the non-working configuration have a bugged soundcard or something like that?
17 years ago
Hi Jose,
thank you for your code. Unfortunately I experience serious, buildung up echo, though all participants (two in fact) use a head set.
As far as I understood your code, you do the following:
1.) Get the capture devices (cd) and select the first
2.) Create a DataSource (ds) from the cd
3.) Put the ds in a processor to convert the format to smth. streamable
4.) Uppon receipt of the first recipient build the output stream and transmit only what leaves the processor, created in 3.)
Any idea where this echo could originate from?
TIA
17 years ago