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any socket listener that will tell me that data is arrive?  RSS feed

 
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Hi all, I am continuously receiving data through socket. Is there is any listener that will tell me that data is arrived? I had searched it but didn't found any well example. If there is any tutorial then please provide me a link. Thanks in advance.
 
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A few more details please.
ServerSocket.receive() will wait for input, java.nio.channels.SocketChannel can be used for asynchronous servicing of socket input when data is available.
 
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