I am curious about how to know that ipfs daemon is running in java code?
is there any interface availble in java-API?
As a basic health check you can fetch a list of swarm peers
- if request fails, then your IPFS node is offline
- if it succeeded, but peer count is equal 0, then you have problem with reaching the network, otherwise everything is OK
User-friendly reference for HTTP API : http://docs.ipfs.apiary.io
you can see that : https://github.com/ipfs/java-ipfs-api
When you create an instance using the the java api that @josselinchevalay linked to, e.g.
it will try and contact the ipfs daemon to verify the version is supported. If it can’t reach it, then an exception is thrown.
tnx a lot bro,got it
tnx, it is very useable
Hello guys, I am having an issue to use the Ipfs java api.
the daemon is executed and everything seems good. but when I try to instantiate the ipfs i fall into the exception io
maybe you have missing import try to add that import io.ipfs.multiaddr.MultiAddress; and check this class.
Thanks for reply ,
it was exactly what is missing , I add the libraries multihash, multibase, multiaddr, cid , hams etc…
run successfully .