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Can a DLL be used in JSP Page

 
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And if yes then HOW ?

And please send me sample code of JSP to use DLL and call functions of DLL in JSP file.

I am in very much need of this concept.
As i a min mid way of completion of JSP work .

Please help Me.

rajatsethi20@gmail.com
 
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Try this link
http://www.atwistedweb.com/java/jni.html
 
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There's nothing particular to JSP about using JNI, so this has been moved to the Java in General forum.
 
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There shouldn't be any significant problems except that, as you have no control over the name of the class generated from the JSP, you won't be able to put native methods directly in the JSP itself. Instead, define another class with native methods, and use that class from the JSP.
 
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If you're willing to commit to a Windows environment, Google for "Java COM bridge", too. There are a number of products at varying prices. JACOB is the only one I've touched, and it was pretty slick.
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