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Device Access from Java

 
Kuls jain
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Hi.
I need to access any device via java. That's may be applet or plain java code.

mainly I need to access any pen drive or any other device through usb port.

if any one able to help it. please. help me as soon as possible........


Thanks in advance.........
 
Ulf Dittmer
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The "any device" part could be tricky, but the http://faq.javaranch.com/java/JavaIoFaq points to an article and two libraries about accessing USB devices using Java.

Please read UseTheForumNotEmail for why I removed the email address from your post.
 
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"javaDeveloper AndLearner", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
 
Nitesh Kant
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Please choose a forum carefully.
This is not a distributed java question. Moving to I/O and streams forum.

Also, please see your PMs as told by Bear
 
Kuls jain
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Sorry for multiple posting of the same same question but if you have any clear idea about accessing the device and accessing the content of that device via java then please share with me.

I need your urgent help guys.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Are you saying the article and the two libraries I pointed you to were of no help whatsoever? Then you should explain in much more detail what you intend to do that can't be done using those tools.
 
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To start javax.comm
naughty quote from docs: The Communications API
The Communications API is centered around the abstract class CommPort and its
two subclasses, SerialPort and ParallelPort,
 
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