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From David Teran <david.te...@cluster9.com>
Subject Re: Windows, Runtime.exec() problems
Date Thu, 20 Oct 2005 17:15:42 GMT
Hi,

thanks for the quick response, no, the firewall is already deactivated.

regards, David

Am 20.10.2005 um 19:06 schrieb jacob hookom:

> You might be experiencing the same issues I just had
> with FTP sockets-- make sure your windows firewall is
> disabled.
>
> --- David Teran <david.teran@cluster9.com> wrote:
>
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> i am trying to call a native application from a
>> servlet application
>> (specifically an webservice based on axis 1.3) with
>> the following code:
>>
>>          Process p =
>> Runtime.getRuntime().exec(args);
>>          StreamReader isr = new
>> StreamReader(p.getInputStream()); //
>> just uses separate thread to read from the process
>>          StreamReader esr = new
>> StreamReader(p.getErrorStream()); //
>> just uses separate thread to read from the process
>>          try {
>>              p.waitFor();
>>          } catch (InterruptedException e) {}
>>          Result r = new Result(isr.getResult(),
>> esr.getResult());
>>
>> the problem is that the application which is called
>> with the exec
>> command, a realbasic app which uses OLE to print out
>> documents with
>> PowerPoint does not work if this code is called
>> inside the tomcat
>> JVM. If i copy paste the code to a simple class,
>> compile the class
>> and use the same arguments for the exec, everything
>> works fine.
>>
>> I am quite new to windows, just have a lot of UNIX
>> experience and i
>> am lost here.
>>
>> regards, David
>>
>>
>>
>>
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