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How to run SMSLib on a 64-bit platform?

 
Muhammed Refaat
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I want to use SMSLib in my java application to send and receive messages, but to work with it it's a must to include many other libraries like Java Comm in the jdk, and the java comm must work on a platform of 32-bit(jdk-32), but due to performance issues i can't run my application on 32-bit platform, So, is there is a way to include java comm in 64-bit platform ? or in general there is a way work by SMSLib on 64-bit platform?

Note: by googling there are some sayings that the RxTx solving this issue, i tried it and it didn't, as the compiler still asks me for win-32.dll.
 
Jesper de Jong
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If that Java library needs to load a 32-bit native library, then you must use a 32-bit Java runtime environment (at least on Windows and Linux, with Oracle's Java), or you must find a version of the library that includes a 64-bit version of the native library.
 
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