FAQs For Java SerialPort

SerialPort is available in many package options to suit the needs of a great variety of developers. SerialPort Changelog Licensing SerialPort is licensed Per Developer Seat. When multiple developers will use SerialPort, multiple licenses need to be purchased. For example, if SerialPort is installed on a network then a license must be purchased for each developer who will have access to the files. Once you deploy your application there is generally no runtime license so long as the end user installs the software. Check license details click here. For…
The term "Product" pertains to any of the following products SerialPort, X/YModem, ZModem, JKermit, and any and all files included with the product, or received as an update to the product. The term "User" pertains to the purchaser of the product, be it an individual or a company. The Term "Application" pertains to the User's product be it an Application or Applet. 1. The Product source code or any part thereof, may not be distributed or resold. 2. With exception to section 9, the Product class files may be distributed without royalties with a Java…
To provide a few examples of our many customers: Sun, Microsoft, Nortel, Hewlett-Packard, MCI, Bank of Montreal, Texas Instruments, Xerox, IBM, Fluke, AT&T, Pick 'n Pay, Lexmark, Nokia, Motorola, NCR, Ericsson, Cisco, StockPower, SGS Thompson, Mitel, Sony, Borland, Lucent, 3M, Northrop, Tandem, Disney, Rockwell, Compaq-DEC, Siemens, Tektronix, Dupont, NEC, Swedbank, FedEx, Oracle, Mondex, General Dynamics, Equinox, Powerware-Invensys, Seleriti, MobileCom AG, MIT, Lockheed Martin, Cabletron, TRW, Compuware, Fleming, Mettler Toledo, Impulse Radio, Storage Technology, Dupont, Carnegie…
It is unfortunate, but there seems to be much confusion about what 100% Pure Java means. One of the requirements for 100% Pure is that classes do not contain native methods. Since native methods are required to implement the Java Virtual Machine (VM), this in effect means that Java itself is not 100% pure. Only applications can be 100% pure Java. Classes for doing things like communicating with serial ports cannot be 100% pure; however, this does not mean that applications that use these classes cannot be 100% pure. Many 100% pure Java applications/applets have been written that use the…
SerialPort works with Java 1.x (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8) applications and trusted applets. Java 1.0.2 is supported on Windows. If you need support for a platform we don't currently support, we may be able to provide a custom port for you at a reasonable cost. SerialPort should work with any Java 1.x JNI compliant Java VM on the supported platforms listed below. Below is a partial list of supported platforms: Windows 10 (64-bit and 32-bit) Windows 8.1 (64-bit and 32-bit) Windows 8 (64-bit and 32-bit) Windows 7 (64-bit and 32-bit) Windows 2012 (64-bit and 32-bit)…
SerialPort is the world's first, and still foremost Java product for serial ports. SerialPort provides highly flexible control of serial ports from your Java application. SerialPort is a high-performance class that also provides low-level serial port control. If your device plugs into a serial port—on or off the Internet—it is almost certain that you can use SerialPort to communicate with it. SerialPort is visionary, shipping over a full year before Sun Microsystems announced the first beta of javax.comm.SerialPort. The SerialPort package also provides javax.comm.SerialPort on more…