J-Interop: Open Source DCOM Access without JNI
For anyone interested:
j-Interop(http://j-interop.sourceforge.net) implements DCOM wire protocol (MSRPC) to enable development of Pure Bi-Directional, Non-Native, Java applications which can interoperate with any COM component.The implementation itself is purely in Java and does not use JNI to provide native access,thus being truly platform independent. It has full support for COM automation and supports callback from COM Servers (event handling).
1.02(a) has been tested on Windows XP/2K/2K3 and Fedora 5. Beta is expected out by first week of september.
This release can be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...roup_id=174727
j-Interop: Open Source, Non Native Java DCOM Bridge
New Version 1.05(a) released:-
1) New Feature: Complete support for Manipulating Windows registry in a non native way. All create/read/update/delete operations supported. Please check the WinReg package.
2) New Feature: For inproc servers like DLLs and OCXs , and auto register feature has been provided, using this flag in JISystem\JIClsid\JIProgID class can result in the library making all the registry related changes required to run any Inproc server. It is done on the fly.
Beta will be released next week. If anyone has any feature request, they can send the same to me till mid next week.
Thanks to all developers for trying j-Interop.
After 10 months of development and 8 Alphas, I proudly present the first beta. The library will remain in Beta stage for next 2 months before it hits stable.
I thank all developers for using j-Interop and coming out with some very useful comments.
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