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Posted By:   Amit_Saini
Posted On:   Monday, August 15, 2005 12:21 PM

I am working on a JNI module, where I need to call a method which is alredy implemented in C++ and I have to make a JNI call to call that method. I am very new to JNI and dont have good knowledge of this. The C++ method signature is something like -- sharedResource(CheckResource chk) this sharedResource is implemented in C and it internally uses the CheckResource object to check the resources. Any idea as how can I create the CheckResource object and pass it to this method. Do I need to create the CheckResource object calling constructor of CheckResource? Please help, thank in advance.    More>>


I am working on a JNI module, where I need to call a method which is alredy implemented in C++ and I have to make a JNI call to call that method.



I am very new to JNI and dont have good knowledge of this. The C++ method signature is something like



-- sharedResource(CheckResource chk)


this sharedResource is implemented in C and it internally uses the CheckResource object to check the resources.



Any idea as how can I create the CheckResource object and pass it to this method.

Do I need to create the CheckResource object calling constructor of CheckResource?

Please help,


thank in advance.    <<Less
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