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VB.Net call JAVA

Posted on 2006-07-04
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Hi Experts,

I have a JAVA program, and if I need to use VB.Net to call it, how can it do so? Also, if the VB.Net program can pass parameters to that JAVA, and then run? can the JAVA return some data (recordset / field value) to VB.Net?

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kchoed
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Hi kchoed,

You need to use a 3rd party to do that: http://www.jnbridge.com

Cheers!
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