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JNI or JNA to call C#.NET methods

Joe Harry
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I have a dll created out of a C#.NET project and I would like to call the methods from a java program. I was wondering as to what sort of opportunities exist to accomplish this and then I came across JNA and JNI. Which one should I use for my purpose? Any suggestions? All I need is to call the methods in a class written using C#.NET and process the results from my Java program.

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