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screen capturing and remote controlling....

 
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hi guys......

i am doing a project on "screen capturing and remote controlling" .i found some problem , i have captured a screen just snapshote but i want the all the movement of the remotely captured screen...i want to see all the activities live from my computer..so please help me how can i do this using java programming...

please help me.

thanks...
 
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What is the basic architecture? Meaning, what kind of software (desktop app, applet, etc.) is running on the remote machine, what kind of software is running on the controlling machine, how do they communicate, what is the general approach to tracking user actions, etc. Also tell us what you mean by "remote control" - do you want to control just the Java application, or the complete desktop/computer?

Java -which runs as a user-level process, and thus at a very high level- is most likely not a good tool for this, unless you were planning on using JNI (so that it has access to system-level functionality).
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:What is the basic architecture? Meaning, what kind of software (desktop app, applet, etc.) is running on the remote machine, what kind of software is running on the controlling machine, how do they communicate, what is the general approach to tracking user actions, etc. Also tell us what you mean by "remote control" - do you want to control just the Java application, or the complete desktop/computer?

Java -which runs as a user-level process, and thus at a very high level- is most likely not a good tool for this, unless you were planning on using JNI (so that it has access to system-level functionality).




thanks for your reply....

actually i want to make a desktop application....which actually does the.....
- assume the scenario....

there are client- server architecture.....where server can make watch on the clients .but,clients are not aware about it....and the screen of the clients has been captured and sent to server continuously ....and from server the client machine can be controlled...

controlling means....
if server starts any new applications from captured screen from server machine ..that application also can be opened on the remote client machine....
all the events that has been generated on captured screen also done at the client side....


 
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