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This is a nice Java-COM bridge with a fairly generous license. You can use it in any free or commercial application. The only restriction is that the commercial application cannot be an IDE for Java. I've used it successfully on some custom COM dlls that I've wrtten on Win32.
Also check out:
This is a little Java application that reads in your COM dlls .tlb files and generates a wrapper class for that COM library. It's fairly nice for simple COM interfaces but breaks quickly on complicated ones. If that happens you may have to resort to writing your own wrapper classes.
All this advice assumes you have a working knowledge of COM on Win32. If you do then you have my sympathy.
I beleive your advice is for calling COM components from within a Java application. What I am looking for is to generate a wrapper around my Java application and register it as an Active X / COM component which can be called by VC++ IDE. JACOB is Java-to-COM only and not bidirectional.
I shall try making my GUI based application based upon Java Beans. Lets see...
Thanks for your information,