how to get system info through java ?


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  1. #1
    Lalit Guest

    how to get system info through java ?


    Hi,
    I want to get system information like - screen size, RAM size, color depth,
    browser specs. in a JAVA application.
    One approach i thought of was making use of native methods in C to get the
    info, but it's not an effective way of doing it .
    Can anybody suggest any other approach to achieve the objective?

    - Lalit





  2. #2
    Bruce Hochstetler Guest

    Re: how to get system info through java ?


    "Lalit" <lalitb@mahindrabt.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >I want to get system information like - screen size, RAM size, color depth,
    >browser specs. in a JAVA application.
    >One approach i thought of was making use of native methods in C to get the
    >info, but it's not an effective way of doing it .
    >Can anybody suggest any other approach to achieve the objective?
    >
    >- Lalit
    >
    >
    >
    >


    The class jconfig can provide some of that information. Your can
    get it at http://www.tolstoy.com/samizdat/index.html
    Hope that helps.

  3. #3
    Keyur Shah Guest

    Re: how to get system info through java ?


    Dear lalit,

    I will definitely post you the reply for this, I hava a way out.
    I am a friend of Mahesh Jhala.

    Give my rememberance

    You are with MBT - Pune I suppose.

    Thanks
    "Bruce Hochstetler" <bruce@ghg.net> wrote:
    >
    >"Lalit" <lalitb@mahindrabt.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Hi,
    >>I want to get system information like - screen size, RAM size, color depth,
    >>browser specs. in a JAVA application.
    >>One approach i thought of was making use of native methods in C to get

    the
    >>info, but it's not an effective way of doing it .
    >>Can anybody suggest any other approach to achieve the objective?
    >>
    >>- Lalit
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    >The class jconfig can provide some of that information. Your can
    >get it at http://www.tolstoy.com/samizdat/index.html
    >Hope that helps.



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