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    Christer Nordvik Guest

    Java and ActiveX?

    I am developing a bluetooth application on WinCE3.0, and I want to use a
    ActiveX control that opens the COM port and then use JAVA to do all the
    communication. There already is a ActiveX control that I can use to open the
    COM port but is it possible to integrate it in Java?

    Are there any java-newsgroups that deals with programming for PocketPC?

    --
    Christer Nordvik
    cn@iceinternational.com
    www.iceinternational.com



  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: Java and ActiveX?


    Look at this months JDJ mag in the J2ME section for info on Java and PocketPC.
    It looks to me like java is still in beta for the PocketPC. I'm not sure
    how easy it would be to intergrate the process you are describing but having
    used both on the PC I would say difficult.


    "Christer Nordvik" <cn@iceinternational.com> wrote:
    >I am developing a bluetooth application on WinCE3.0, and I want to use a
    >ActiveX control that opens the COM port and then use JAVA to do all the
    >communication. There already is a ActiveX control that I can use to open

    the
    >COM port but is it possible to integrate it in Java?
    >
    >Are there any java-newsgroups that deals with programming for PocketPC?
    >
    >--
    >Christer Nordvik
    >cn@iceinternational.com
    >www.iceinternational.com
    >
    >



  3. #3
    Ross Burnett Guest

    Re: Java and ActiveX?


    JIntegra (http://www.linar.com/) can integrate ActiveX controls with Java,
    subject to certain limitations. It claims to be pure Java and hence should
    run on any java platform.


    "MarkN" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote:
    >
    >Look at this months JDJ mag in the J2ME section for info on Java and PocketPC.
    >It looks to me like java is still in beta for the PocketPC. I'm not sure
    >how easy it would be to intergrate the process you are describing but having
    >used both on the PC I would say difficult.
    >
    >
    >"Christer Nordvik" <cn@iceinternational.com> wrote:
    >>I am developing a bluetooth application on WinCE3.0, and I want to use

    a
    >>ActiveX control that opens the COM port and then use JAVA to do all the
    >>communication. There already is a ActiveX control that I can use to open

    >the
    >>COM port but is it possible to integrate it in Java?
    >>
    >>Are there any java-newsgroups that deals with programming for PocketPC?
    >>
    >>--
    >>Christer Nordvik
    >>cn@iceinternational.com
    >>www.iceinternational.com
    >>
    >>

    >



  4. #4
    Deepak Yadav Guest

    Re: Java and ActiveX?


    You can communicate between Activex and Java through java script.

    Java --> Javascript --> ActiveX

    Call the method of Javascript from Java and in turn javascript will call
    method of ActiveX.

    For javascript to Activex communication, create an object of ActiveX and
    call ActiveX method.

    For Java and Javascript communication use jaws.jar which comes along with
    jdk 1.3

    Deepak
    deepaky@momentum-tech.com



    "Christer Nordvik" <cn@iceinternational.com> wrote:
    >I am developing a bluetooth application on WinCE3.0, and I want to use a
    >ActiveX control that opens the COM port and then use JAVA to do all the
    >communication. There already is a ActiveX control that I can use to open

    the
    >COM port but is it possible to integrate it in Java?
    >
    >Are there any java-newsgroups that deals with programming for PocketPC?
    >
    >--
    >Christer Nordvik
    >cn@iceinternational.com
    >www.iceinternational.com
    >
    >



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