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JMF ReceiveStream not working

 
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Hi! I am Arone and I need help regarding school project. I am building a Real Time Streaming Player with caching system. I decided to use JMF for the streaming player. I got two programs AVTransmit and AVReceive from JMF documentation. When I run these two programs I was getting waiting for RTP data in receiver side and it timed out. I think no ReceiveStream event was getting generated. The transmitter was sending data and I verified it though transmitter statistics. I was thinking of an alternative. Run Applets in combination with servlets. So I can send the datasource from the transmitter to the receiver via servlets. Through this datasource I can create a player in the receiver. Is this approach feasible. Please give me suggestions. Thanks in advance!!

Links for transmitter http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs778/jmfexamples/AVTransmit2.java

Link for receiver http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs778/jmfexamples/AVReceive2.java
 
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