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JNI C++ and java working together, interactive use

Submitted on: 1/7/2015 2:06:00 PM
By: Alejandro Aleman (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility: Microsoft Visual C++
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     Use the Sun's JNI API to communicate with a DLL generated with VC++ 6 It could overwrite java variables in your class from the dll, send, receive, work with the data. UPDATED UPDATED UPDATED UPDATED UPDATED I have updated the project, i added te Alex.def file what was missing. I was not able to test it because i have not more the Visual Studio 6, so, if it gives you problems just check the declarations on it, you can goole for dll definition files. Very soon, i will upload a sample DLL project wich, interacts with Java - > C++ - > .NET Framework 2.0. In other words, an hybrid of C++ and .NET to work with java. As you may know, it may be a very very very powerful component. The limit will be your mind.

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