- public interface OutputDataStream
The interface which is opposite in functionality to a
PushSourceStream. A PushSourceStream in JMF will be the originator of
data which can be copied or read using the read() method of this
interface. The OutputDataStream is an interface via which data can be
written on a stream using the write() method. In RTP, the
OutputDataStream is used in the RTPPushDataSource. This is a two way
data source and the outgoing (to the network) channel is a
OutputDataStream. Data written on the OutputDataStream of a
RTPPushDataSource will be transmitted over the underlying network
Write data to the underlying network.
public int write(byte buffer,
- Write data to the underlying network. Data is copied from the
buffer starting af offset. Number of bytes copied is length
buffer - The buffer from which data is to be sent out on
offset - The offset at which data from buffer is copied
length - The number of bytes of data copied over to the network.
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