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JSP to call C to access Tuxedo

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Hi, all
Have anyone tried using JSP to access a C dll by using JNI?
Does JSP and Servlet make any different?

Now I have to use JSP to call a C dll that will connect to tuxedo services.
Have anyone tried that?

Please tell me about the feasibility on the above topic.
Thanks
Joey
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You cannot do JNI directly in your JSP page. You must develop a java class (you might want to call it a bean), which use JNI to access C methods. Then your jsp page can make use of this java class to talk to tuxedo.

JNI tutorial: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/native1.1/
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PashaMod,
Basically Kennethxu provided a link for more information.
In the mean time, I looked somewhere else and I have a good answer now.
So I am coming back here and don't know how to close the question other than accept the comment from kennethxu.
There were not that I didn't like it.
Thanks.
Joey
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