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Consuming COM Components

 
jay akhawri
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Hi Everybody,

I guess my question is really "How to consume the COM components". I am confident that IDL will bail it out.

Perhaps, if you can suggest me how?

- Jay
 
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Not sure what you mean by "consuming", but there are quite a few libraries that allow Java to access COM components. Some of them are even Open Sourced. Just google "Java COM bridge", for a detailed list.

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Appriciate your response.

And there are many!!!

- Jay
 
Lokesh Pahadi
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Hello Guys,

I am new to this suject of Java/COM interaction.
I searched net and found com4j at java.net.

Although I am able to access COM object from within my Java program.
But I am having inconsitent behaviour in listening to the COM events within my Java application.

If anyoen has worked on this rea before, please throw some light on it.
I need my Java application to listen to ther COM events.

Thanks in advance!!!
 
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