#23 Comm problem b/t Intel C# CP and CyberLink Java Device

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2006-02-16
2006-02-14
Corey Brothers
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There is a post in the forumd about this as well. I am
having problems getting my Intel C# Control Point to
discover my cyberLink Java Device. I have tried what I
can think of with naming in the filter for the device
name in the Control Point, and checking the .xml files
for the device. I have been using this site
http://jan.netcomp.monash.edu.au/internetdevices/upnp/upnp-more-programming.html
along with the examples to help me learn the CyberLink
Jeva device stack.

I have attached the following files:
-my control point and device source code files
-device.xml - xml description of the device
-ethereal output of the following steps:
1. starting the control point
2. starting the device
3. waited until the device outputed "running"
then I waited about 5 seconds and stopped the
capture - if anyone more time is needed let me know
and I can get some more.

Thanks for the help

Corey

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  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-14

    ethereal output

     
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  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-14

    device xml file

     
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  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-14

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    The control point is rather large at the moment, I can
    attach it without the UPnP.dll is needed. But if the device
    spy can see the device, then I should have no problem
    getting the control point working.

     
  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-14

    java device code

     
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  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-14

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    There were some things commented out that shouldn't of been
    in the javva code, I've uploaded a fixed version.

     
  • Corey Brothers
    Corey Brothers
    2006-02-16

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