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NewStringUTF() stripps long string from C to Java
Mani Venkata Kanth
Joined: Aug 21, 2006
Aug 19, 2011 06:50:35
I am new to JNI & reverse JNI.
I have prepared a long
which is of more than 10 thousand characters. I wanted to set this to the Java string. I am using below code snippet.
jstring temp2 = env->NewStringUTF(temp);
And I am setting this temp2 value to
variable using reverse JNI.
The string i get in Java is only the some part of the string. Hence, missing the complete string.
Please help me out...
Thanks in advance.
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