D-Bus in Java problem
martin.homuth at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 12 08:16:21 PDT 2013
Thanks for your reply!
For some reason I did not define the interface class, a simple
CreateInterface on the .xml from the daemon (and some structural
adjustments) solved the problem and it works flawlessly now.
FYI, there was no additional information in the error message, I
pasted the whole output.
On 7/12/2013 4:19 PM, Matthew Johnson wrote:
> On Wed Jul 10 14:57, Martin H wrote:
>> Hi, I am trying to communicate with a C++ Qt D-Bus daemon with a
>> java program to call a method, which returns a string. First I
>> checked the actual availability of the method via D-Bus with the
>> tool D-Feet. So I am able to call the method with this tool and I
>> receive the result I expect.
>> The problem is, when I use dbus-java-2.7, I get the following
>> org.freedesktop.dbus.UInt64) at
>> Source) at
>> at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:722)
>> It is kind of obvious, that the "Unknown Source" might be the
>> problem, but I am hopelessly lost trying to determine the reason
>> for this. For creation of the connection and the interface I use
>> the following:
> Unknown Source here just says that it was compiled without debug
>> UInt64 from = new UInt64(0); UInt64 to = new UInt64(0);
>> dBusConnection =
>> dBusInterface =
>> The object IS remote and the method call produces the mentioned
> Out of interest, why are you using callMethodAsync rather than a
> synchronous call? Have you defined the java class matching your
> MyInterface mi = (MyInterface)
> dbusConnection.getPeerRemoteObject(....); mi.get_perf_data(from,
> to) would be the normal way to call here.
> I can't remember if callMethodAsync works without a defined
> interface available, so that could be the problem.
> Was there any other error message in the Exception? I'd expect
> something else. Did you miss something in your paste?
> Thanks, Matt
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