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i have this question here
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Wireless_Programming/WinCE/Q_20815281.html
and we are stuck over there is anyone knows to put it in java code?
thanks
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You'd have to build a JNI bridge to rapi.dll.
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this page contains details of products to assist in interfacing with DLL:
http://www.relevancellc.com/halloway/JavaWin32.html
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what is the best component to use? i picked up Jawin is there anything better to use?
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I use jawin, it work well.
njawin is also reportedly good.
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do i have to build it my self or i can just use the jawin.jar file?
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if you mean the jni dll then no, though it depends a bit on what the rapi.dll is.
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can i just install this file jawin.jar to jbuilder jar files and start working with it?
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couse for some reason the build isnt working (ive changed the path of jdk and ant) and i saw there is a jawin.jar file in there
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