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Hello,

I am new to JNI.
I am following all the steps to implement simple JNI,
Now the problem i got is
1) When i included jni.h in my C file i got error saying jni.h not found so How to resolve this?
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

How does the .c file refer to the .h file? In most cases, both files would reside in the same directory. You might also want to work through this JNI tutorial.
 
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