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I would like to Knows if I can call OLE97 Objects with some JDK version for Windows and if it exits some java packet for this.
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I believe you can do so only via native methods.

-Eric.

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Do you have some example ?

                                Thank you very much
1) Check out Javasoft site for documentation on native code for the Java side.
2) Checkout Microsoft documentation for OLE for the native code side.

Luck,

-Eric.
You are redicules man !

You want to be feed with a spoon ? you had a question and got the answer as how the implementation should go. If you want someone to write it for you, pay him !

This is not a forum for total solution,.you do have to work some, you know ... earn a living ;-)

Cheers,

-Eric.

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Commented:
Thank you very much!

I will read the Java's manuals and OLE'97 manuals.

Yes you can invoke OLE97 objects using the Java Beans Bridge for Active X. See:

http://www.javasoft.com/beans/bridge/

for download and additional info.

The thing to remember, is that Active X is OLE + DCOM.

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