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calling a VB dll from java program

 
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Hi,
I need to call a VB dll from a java program. How can I do it? I have used JNI for calling a c program (dll), But I am not sure how do the same with a vb dll.This VB dll is required as wrapper class to call another third party dll which is in VC.
Please help
Thanks in advance,
Sathya

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I have used VC++ wrapper around third party DLL and used JNI from my java application.
I can give you more details if you need.
Swamy
 
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Hi Swamynathan,
I have used VC++ wrapper dll to call the methods of third party dll. But It is giving VC++ error at the point method calling in wrapper dll.
Hence I thought of using a VB wrapper dll .
Please help by sending the steps to the same.
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Sathya
 
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