Hmm, strange cause I would think what you did wouldYes, echoed %CLASSPATH% in DOS box and see the correct classpath.
have worked. did you 'echo %CLASSPATH%' and do you
see the path you expect?
Did you try running it on the command line (java -cpYes, the Java bean itself works also as expected (main() as application or used by other Java application).
Do you have more than one bean in your Jar?No. Just one simple bean with a few methods.
Is the bean called as a Main method?No. It just has simple get/set/callXYZ methods - nothing fancy.
Like I said, I am having problems myself running thisI'm going to visit it ...
but I figured I try to give you any help I could.
You can check out my thread at:
If you have any suggestions, I would appreciate it!Yep, it seems that there are still just few people using the ActiveX bridge. This forum is quite small. :-(
Yeah, this ActiveX bridge is still a pain in the ass ... :-(
parameter or arrays like
String, Object). In the end, I'm writing a wrapper now that only accepts strings and converts them in the Java bean to real Java types via reflection. I also read somewhere that the Microsoft COM model only support these basic datatypes, see also http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-09-1998/jw-09-bridge-p4.html