I want to create a java application which connects to a wowza server, reading a shared object's values and transferres them to the com port.
is there any java example of shared object? is it only possible to write clients in flex/actionscript like in the examples provided with the server?
in order to write to the com port, values received from wowza server, i've been trying the following way:
use a .net rtmp client(BroccoliProducts, FluorineFX or WebORB) and from .net it's pretty easy to access the serial port - I've failed to establish a connection to wowza with all of those rtmp clients (handshake problems i think, server rejects the connection to those clients).
*web services is not a good solution either to me because of latency problems and my demand in this project is fast response, definately not a technology based on text parsing over http
then I am now going for the second scenario, which is to access the com port from a java windows application, establish a rtmp connection to a wowza server, reading a shared object's values, then sending them to the com port.
unfortunately other flex/flash/actionscript/SL based clients don't have access the com port.
what should I do, if I want to use wowza to communicate with an electronic device. is there any way to do this?