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Thread: Using CreateNamedPipe in Java

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    Default Using CreateNamedPipe in Java

    Hi am integrate my java application with a c++ application & i don't have control over the c++ application, already the c++ application integrated with other c++ application using pipes, Now i want to integrate with Java. But i found that java doesn't support CreateNamedPipe().
    Can anyone tell me how to get this done? But am able open,read,write pipes in java but createNamedPipe() causes the problem.

    Thanks in Advance

    Sahe


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    Default Re: Using CreateNamedPipe in Java

    Quote Originally Posted by ejp
    So let's get this straight: you have a C++ named-pipe client application that wants to talk to a named pipe that has to be created by a Java server application.

    If that's the requirement, it's impossible as stated (unless you are prepared to contemplate a lot of JNI).

    If on the other hand the C++ is the server, just open the pipe as usual in Java, with about four backslashes: \\\\server\\pipe\\name ... and use FileInputStream/FileOutputStream to talk to it.

    Oooh look JNI agin, hope the other forum you posted on has answered your question.

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