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Java Serial Port Communication API for 64-Bit

 
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Hi,

I am looking for Java Serial Port Communication API which can work on 64-Bit Windows.
Currently we are using Java Comm API but it can work only with 32-Bit Windows, I need another option for 64-Bit Windows. I also tried RxTx & purejava but both has some issues so not interested in opensource API.
Can someone suggest a licensed API available in market other than SerialIO.

TIA
Deepak
 
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What where the issues you faced?
What are your requirements?

Did you try JSSC? Works for all my Java serial projects.

Why do you think that a licenced product will be better? (just curious ;<)

 
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Currently we are using(from last 10 years) Java Comm API from sun with 32 bit Java but this breaks when we upgrade java & windows to 64-Bit.
Then we tried with RxTx but we got some performance issues then we tried with purejava which also failed one of our important test case.
Then we started looking into licensed API like SerialIO but they do not provide annual support(if I understood this correctly after communication from them) in case of any issues in production.
Thats why I want to know if there is any other licensed API other than SerialIO?
I hope I explained properly!!
 
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Ok, Did you try JSSC?
 
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I did not try JSSC as 2 open source APIs did not work for us.
So, right now we are interested in licensed APIs so that we can get support in case of any issues.
 
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