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Program to convert serial data comming off a port to a Oracle  DB or txt file

Posted on 2004-03-24
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I need a program to accept serial data comming from a dedicated port to a file one line at a time. Each string ends with a carriage return. I want a program to analyze the data and havethe  carriage return to be the trigger that dumps the data one line at a time into an Oracle DB or just a single txt file.
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by:Darrell7568
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Are you asking for a complete solution or sample code? If sample code, what platform and language?
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by:eddilou
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c++ on either Windows NT or Solaris
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by:eddilou
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Actually I would need sample code for this in java
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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