Posted 25 May 2001 - 04:50 AM
So I went over things again, played a bit with it, moved the System.loadLibrary statement around, copied the DLL to other places (like Windows, Windows\System and so on) but I couldn''t get the program to work.
Ok, I thought, perhaps you are just making some stupid small mistake. So I went to www.bruceeckle.com and downloaded the code examples that do exactly what I want. Compiled them, built the DLL, got the same error (that one above).
That''s the history of several days wrapped up tight. I already found quite some helpful things about JNI but none helped me to solve my problem and I''m becoming rather desperate.
The only things I can think of right now are:
* I''m using Forte to build my Java programs (I did however try to run the program from the command line - same result)
* I''m using VC++ 5 to build the DLL (I''m doing it from the GUI, a lot of others seem to prefer to invoke the compiler from the command line though)
Anyone got an idea what''s going on? I mean, I could understand something like "There is no in test.dll" but from what I can see he can''t even load the DLL...
Thanks for your time.
I wanted to start out small and wrote just two classes. One with a native method, the other one with a main() function that creates an instance of the other class and calls the native method. So: Wrote the classes, compiled them, ran javah on the native class, wrote a .cpp file implementing the native method, compiled DLL, made sure DLL is in the same directory as the class files, ran classes, got something like this:
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no MsgImpl in java.library.path