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JNI UnsatisfiedLinkError

K Aditi
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Joined: Mar 17, 2008
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Hey,
I am getting java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError when I am trying to access a function from my dll.I have ensured that the library loads, the function's name is not mangled, have set the PATH variable correctly, the library has no dependencies.
Am I missing something here?

I am using JNI in a servlet deployed on Tomcat 5.0.

Thanks,


Aditi
Nicholas Jordan
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Where did you put the .dll?


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K Aditi
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I have put it in System32 folder of Windows.
 
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