are their any specific reasons that you will avoid using JNI?That's the wrong question. Are there any specific reaons you think have to use it?
VIKRAM wrote:So you have a C++ server which provides a management interface implemented via Java.
My product provies
- Product configuration/policy management by exposing a web console(https). We have a Java web server which takes care of this functionality.
- C++ server takes care of completely different functionality.
both are talking to each other using JNI.Because I typically start with a java server which would be talking to C++. And if C++ pointer bugs show up it will cause the server to crash. I don't want that to happen.
are their any specific reasons that you will avoid using JNI?