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Hi,

I work with JBuilder5, and I need to import a library... but the library is not available (import com.libraryX.). I think this is because I need to register this object.

Under Windows, I know we can register a librarie by using the followin command : regsvr32 ObjectName.

There is an equivalent under unix ?

Thanks.

Marie-Soleil
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There are no COM objects in Linux, so there is also no way to register a COM server.
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thanks ! :o)
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