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using a java object in VB

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Hi,

I'd like to use an object implemented in java in a VB program (i.e calling its method and so on).
How can I do this job?
Please be as precise as possible, I'm a beginner.
Thanks
Stéphane
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The only way you could do this is if you have J++.
Use the Wizard to convert your Java to a DCOM.
Then in VB, reference your new object.

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Please can u tell me how I can get the help files in Visual J++ (I have set up VisualJ++ but when I try to read the help files the following message appears: the MSDN collection does not exist. Please reinstall MSDN.)
Thanks
Stéphane
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