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Thread: Java Code to connect remote server

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    Default Java Code to connect remote server

    Hi Guys,
    I am new to Java, i tried googling for solution but yet to find a concrete answer..
    I would like to have a simple java code to do following stuff:
    1) Connect to Remote Unix terminal
    2) go to particular directory or Path
    3) Execute Shell/Perl scripts
    what libraries or how do we achieve this!


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    Default Re: Java Code to connect remote server

    Hi idealguy,
    Even i am facing the same problem. any suggestions is accepted

    Thanks in advance

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