Hi all,
I'm working on a C++ app that needs to communicate with a server. I was wondering if it would be possible to use Java for the Server, and C++ for the Client. I'm assuming it should work (without the use of JNI) because TCP packets are TCP packets, I just have to make sure that both sides know about the packet structure.

Thanks

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I can't speak about the C++ side, but Java TCP/IP is just plain old vanilla TCP/IP. I've had no problems using it to communicate with TCP/IP-based embedded systems that certainly are not Java.

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I think it should work.

I can't speak about the C++ side, but Java TCP/IP is just plain old vanilla TCP/IP. I've had no problems using it to communicate with TCP/IP-based embedded systems that certainly are not Java.

Awesome. I was hoping that was the case. Thanks!

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