javax.comm Jar for Windows MIA

Oracle (previously Sun) has removed the javax.comm jar file for Windows from their site (no comment, although they still support other platforms: link). Anyway, for those Windows developers out there, here’s a link to to the Javax.comm jar for Windows.

It works with XP. I haven’t tried it for Windows 7. Please let me know if you’ve tried this version with Windows 7 or if there’s another version of the javax.comm jar you like better.

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Many years of technology experience working in both the public and private sector. I hold undergraduate degrees in Information Systems and Management as well as a Master in Business Administration. Currently I'm Vice President of Information Technology for Thomas Nelson Publishers, Inc.

13 Responses to javax.comm Jar for Windows MIA

  1. aaron says:

    This is still relevant and useful! Thanks for the link.

  2. Rick says:

    Thanks Aaron.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thanks!

    Grtz. Steph

  4. HellowJava says:

    thanks!

  5. twilightwolf90 says:

    Does this work for any version of the JDK? i.e. Does it work on 6u5?

  6. Rick says:

    It’s been a while since I’ve used this. It worked fine up to 5.

  7. Fabien says:

    thanks from france

  8. SamoSoftwares says:

    Thanks Aaron, great help.

  9. MrkHanuman says:

    thanks for the link…!

  10. Chris says:

    Thanks from Massachusetts!

  11. Gogoo says:

    Is not work with win 7.

    • Rick says:

      Would not surprise me. I haven’t worked with this code in several years and do not currently know whether or not there is a compatible library for Windows 7. You might try this link: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index-jsp-141752.html

  12. Nadun says:

    thanx bro

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