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dll in java

 
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hi everybody
I want to know whether we can use any dll in java??
if yes then how we can use it??
The problem is that i want use Microsoft.xmlhttp like component in java.
if we can't use dll in java then can anybody tell me whether there is any class or component available in java which is similar to Microsoft.xmlhttp??
 
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You can use a dll in java through the JNI API. See this tutorial for details.
 
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create a native method & call the dll file from there
 
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