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using Java objects in a C++ application

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Hi,
Do u know how to use a java object in a C++ application?
Please be as precise as possible, I'm a beginner.
Thanks
Stéphane
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I assume you're using Microsoft J++ and Visual C++. If so, then you can use J++ to create a COM object. Then use #import in Visual C++ to create a C++ wrapper for the COM object.

Take a look at the book Inside Distributed COM from the Eddon guys. There is a sample that does what you want.
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