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hi

i have written a javaprogram to run in Lotus Notes environment.

i compiled the code in java1.2 version.
when i am running it it Lotus notes environ ment it is giving error

Java.lang.Unsatisfied Link Error :nlsxbe.dll can not load because RNIGetCompatible Version export not found(new behaviour)

can any body suggest the cause of the error.

thanks

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It looks like it is attempting to load and run some native methods. My recollection is that RNIGetCompatibleVersion is method that must be provided/exported in a Microsoft environment as a safety. When you follow their conventions you must provide that thing, and they then assume that all is well. If you don't, they figure the interface will be wrong in general.

I'll see if I can find some more specifics at the Microsoft site.
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It can't find the dll.
The dll needs to be in you PATH (not CLASSPATH) under Windows.
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the cause of the error was explained.
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split between me and imladris
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