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Gregg Bolinger
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Hello everyone. I just completed the JNI trail on and didn't find it very helpful in regards to implementing real world situations.
Can someone tell me if there is a more advanced/discriptive trail or show me a link to a good site. Or even guide me towards a good book that I may purchased that helped you in learning JNI.

Happy Coding,
Gregg Bolinger

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Ethan Knepp

Joined: Nov 06, 2001
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I have also been trying to learn JNI and agree the Tutorial lacks real world detail.
I would like to see an example where you bring in someone else's c code (includes a main method) and write a JNI wrapper that utilizes this already existing c code. Maybe someone could write a wrapper around Mike Muuss' ping code, that would be a good example.
Anyone know of such an example?
Have you checked out Aspose?
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