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Re: Accessing Mathematica on a remote server from java

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  • Subject: [mg65803] Re: [mg65754] Accessing Mathematica on a remote server from java
  • From: "Christopher Arthur" <pannoniara at>
  • Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 02:28:58 -0400 (EDT)
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Depending on how JAVA savy you are, this is just the sort of thing that J2EE 
can implement.  Look at RMI, SOAP, COBRA, etc., although I'm not sure how 
enthousiastic Wolfram Research would be about these kinds of solutions.

If you don't have someone in your group who is already familiar with J2EE 
side of java, well, be warned that it isn't the easiest API to teach 

Chris Arthur

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "pradeep suresh" <pradeep at>
To: mathgroup at
Subject: [mg65803] [mg65754] Accessing Mathematica on a remote server from java

> [This post has been delayed due to email problems - moderator]
> Hi
> I have a java code which is using the mathematica kernel on my machine
> to perform computations, i generate the mathematica statements in the
> code send and recieve expressions from the mathmatica kernel through
> mathlink commands.I'd like to know if there's a way i can do this with
> the mathematica copy installed in another machine/server.Ultimately we
> dont want to the user to have mathematica on his/her machine to run this
> java program, he/she should be able to use the mathematica installed in
> our server.Our group also has a licensed version of webMathematica
> Amateur but i dont know if that will solve my purpose.
> Plz help!
> Thanks in advance
> Pradeep Suresh
> Purdue University

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