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How to record streaming data in a java window with windows X

I would like to record a streaming flow of stock bid and ask prices, that show in a small window of a full page from the Lycos web service. My wish is to record this to a cd rw or a dvd rw drive so I can slow the sometimes high speed flow and read the pricing information. I am running windows XP on a home computer. I have a HP dvd 640i DVD writer that I could install into the computer if this would be the best way to record this. I also am on a dial up connection that averages around 42kbs. I am able to view this data and another Java window data stream with out any problems. I have two monitors and a dual monitor card with processor and 128 mb of memory. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.

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Not really possible

The Java applet likely is streaming that data, and is thus discarding it as soon as it's not needed anymore. The only possibility I can think up would be to get a program that automatically takes screenshots at very short intervals and can use some sort of naming system so you can keep them in order. I don't know of any such program, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist somewhere.

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something like this?

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You may have to experiment a bit but...

you might consider looking over and trying out some or all of the following (to see which suits) -

http://weblogs.asp.net/jnadal/archive/2004/02/16/74533.aspx

http://uk.ask.com/web?qsrc=2004&q=%20big%20chart%20stock

http://www.livecharts.com/

Assuming your Lycos stream is indeed LiveQuotes (or LiveQuotes based) you may already have the ability to save the data to a greater or lesser degree depending on which you are subscribed to http://www.quote.com/qc/subs/matrix.aspx

Your best option is to contact whoever is doing the streaming and ask them as we can't support "backdoor" methods to subvert the prerogatives of the property owner.

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