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Accessing JNI through ASP

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I have created a Java class which calls a JNI class.  I have successfully registered this Java class and accessed methods from ASP that do not call the JNI class.  However when I try and call a method from ASP that does call the JNI class I get the following error:

java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: com/test/supportJNI.supportJNIsetStrippingLanguage Possible causes: If you are trying to use J/Direct (@dll.import), check your compiler version (for JVC, requires 4336 or greater.) If you are trying to use RNI, there are new requirements: see documentation.

Any help would be appreciated.
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shyamkumarreddy earned 200 total points
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Andrew,
I got your question. Did the Dll created are OS dependent right. And please add this dll into your path or environment and now try to call it from asp.
The error which you are getting is because the dll files are not found in path. Pls include and run it and i hope you problem will be solved.

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Shyam
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