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Hello,
Using a JNI module in a JSP page, running under iPlanet 6.1 on Windows 2000 server. It compiles just fine, but when run, getting "UnsatisfiedLinkError", indicating that the JVM can't find the dll. I have tried putting the directory where the dll resides in the classpath of the Java settings for the server instance, putting the directory in the "PATH" environmental variable, putting it in the "CLASSPATH" environmental variable, have registered the dll with regsvr32. Has anyone encountered this problem and gotten a solution?

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