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    Red face Accessing Serial port using JDK 1.6

    Hi,:(
    Does anyone know how to copy dll s and .jar files in JDK 1.5 to access ports.
    I need a new version cause i need to run java mail at the same time.
    I use 1.1.8 now. But that is not enough for my requirement..
    If someone know please help.
    Thankyou in advance
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    Default serial port

    any bosy have ,programming abt serial port data reading.
    please help me to store data to DBMS via serial port using java.

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    Is this a serious question? Do you have any idea of how to program Java? or even to write a proper question in English?

    What have you done to make parts of this work?

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    Lightbulb sending sms through serialport communication "com1"

    find the code in the below thread
    javamix.wordpress.com/2009/01/21/sending-sms-using-serialport-communication-api/

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    Sun provides support, but only for Solaris and Linux.

    A commercial product provides RS232 and USB support for around $30.

    I worked with a device called XPort. It is a Ethernet/TCP/IP to RS232 bridge. The RS232 side is made to be attached to an integrated circuit board. The nice thing about the XPort is that you can communicate over a LAN.

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    As of this moment, Java does not have built-in support for serial ports. You can either use an existing add-on package such a jcom, you can write native code and wrap it with JNI, or if what you are doing is not too intensive, you can just use Runtime.exec to issue a command directly using whatever native facilities already exist.

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