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Help! Cannot find one method in DLL finds all others!

 
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I don't understand this. I've got a DLL that I've been using and recently added a new method to it and I keep getting an UnsatisfiedLinkError for that method only. Any idea what's going on?
 
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Hard to tell. Could be many things. You will have to tell us more about your problem.
 
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Originally posted by Jean-Francois Briere:
Hard to tell. Could be many things. You will have to tell us more about your problem.



Well, this is weird. The method's name was "cleanUp" (in Java) and when I changed it to "removeWindow" it found it! What's that about? It can't be a reserved name in C++ because in C++ code it was named "Java_MyClass_cleanUp" per the JNI rules.
 
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