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using datasocket with java program

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Hello,

 

How feasible is it to connect LabView to a regular Java program, no applet or anything? I just want the data I get from Labview to be sent to a Java program on the same computer. I've read about DataSockets and regular TCP/IP in LabView but which is better? Or which one of them works if I just want to open a socket in Java and receive the data?

I don't have much experience in either LabView or Java, so I'm a bit confused here. I just want to know which is easier so I work on learning that. Or if it is easier to just save the LabView data in an Excel file or something and then read that into Java, I don't know... Any help would be appreciated!

Hugh

 

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Thanks for the link! But as far as I can make out, the JNI is for running JAVA from LabView, and vice versa. What if I just want to send data from LabView to JAVA, and both programs are running?

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Hi HughTh,

you can use "normal" interprocess communication like TCP/IP, Windows Messages, and so on ...!

 

Mike

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