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I need to implement the eclipse application as a DDE server in Java application.Any pointers to that
 
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By DDE, do you mean Dynamic Data Exchange, which is a Microsoft Windows-specific technology for making applications communicate with each other?

Can you explain exactly what your goal with this is? How to you want your application and Eclipse to communicate?

As far as I know, Eclipse does not support DDE, because Eclipse is a platform-independent Java program and it would not make sense for it to support this Windows-specific technology. The standard Java API also does not contain anything to support Windows DDE.

If you explain why you want this, then someone could maybe help you with more Java-like way to solve the problem.
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Yes Basically i want to call the methods of the user32.dll using JNI. For this I want to use Dynamic Data exchange. I want to write a DDE server(a wrappper used to call the dll methods).
 
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