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UnsatisfiedLinkError on JBoss calling a JNI native method

 
aresh babu
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Hi all

I'm having problem deploying a simple JNI Web App on JBoss 4.0.5.

The required .dll files are in the path.

When my Servlet tries to invoke the native method, it gives me the UnsatisfiedLinkError.

Needles to say, it works just fine in a standalone application.

What am I doing wrong ? Please let me know the solution for this problem. I am struggling from 2days to rectity this problem.

Thanks in advance,
Aresh babu
 
Kripal Singh
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in winsows you have to set the PATH variable ( in server startup script ) in unix you set shared library as LD_LIBRARY_PATH . I am not sure if you have to use jvm args -Djava.library.path . post a detail description of how are you starting the server and setting the path variable .
 
aresh babu
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Hi Kripal,

In the java program itself i am setting the classpath in the follwing way

System.setProperty("java.library.path","dllfilename.dll");
System.loadLibrary("dllfilename.dll");

But i am not able to call a native method. While calling the native method it is giving the exception.

I have set the classpath in run.bat file also. Now also i am getting the same exception.

Please help me in this regard.

Thanks & Regards
Aresh Babu A
 
Kripal Singh
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you need to set the path variable i run.bat if you are using windows

some thing like
path = %PATH%;newdir

or path= %PATH%;C:\Windows\System32\;C:\Windows\;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem

set the path variable before you set any other variable like CLASSPATH or VM args .
 
aresh babu
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HI Kripal,

now also i am getting the same exception.
Can you please tell me why i am getting this exeception??

Thanks
Aresh Babu
 
sachin burange
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not able to find few of the libs in common directory.
can you please attach a stack trace.
 
aresh babu
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Hi

sorry i am not able to attach the stack trace.
Can you please tell me how to rectify this error..

Thanks
Aresh Babu
 
sachin burange
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Not sure what happens with your case.
I have encountered this error couple of times. There may be following reasons

- In you app their may be duplicate jar files container different versions.
- check shared lib of JBOSS server.
- Try using fresh JBOSS server and fresh deployment.

Regards
sachin
 
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