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    Need interface Java - FSX/Prepar3d

    Hello community,

    I am writing custom software in JAVA, displaying panels and instruments with openGL.

    Was very interested to know if there's any interface possible between JAVA to be able to GET & SET values such as P/Y/R GPS position and other interesting and mandatory information from the simulation enviroment.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Need interface Java - FSX/Prepar3d

    Hello Depth08

    Take a look at FSUIPC and the companion SDK.
    I would believe you'll find some java examples as well.

    The rest is up to you
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    Re: Need interface Java - FSX/Prepar3d

    Hello, Perik!

    Thanks for that reply; I had my suspicions FSUIPC would be the only thing out there to help me.

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    Re: Need interface Java - FSX/Prepar3d

    Hi

    Another option is to use Simconnect.
    Do a Google search for Simconnect Java and you should
    for instance find this:
    http://lc0277.gratisim.fr/jsimconnect.html
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