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jni methos in c++ class

 
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hi,

I have a silly doubt, but it is worth so much for my project.

Is it possible to declare jni methods in c++ class...

till now i have jni with no c++ class

example

this is the java class



this is the c++ code. it has no class



these (JNIEXPORT jint JNICALL Java_testin_Mod) are from the header file created from the java file...

now i have c++ class and i need jni to be integrated to some of the methods of that class. but it is thowing error from the java class where i call the c++ method...


any help please..

thanks in advance

 
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Have you compiled the C++ file as a DLL file? Is that DLL file called test.dll? Is that DLL file in a folder in the java.library.path?
 
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rob,

i'm workin in linux.
i created the so file..
placed that in /usr/lib<something> folder

when running i get these errors because there is a class in c++...

it is working fine if i place that JNIEXPORT etc., outside the class.
 
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