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Noting to do with JNI. You are executing via a 1.6 JVM still. You seem to have mixed up 1.7 classes with a 1.6 JVM somehow.
Yes, is the problem, now solved.
The cause was in the User Environment Variables, that sets the path to the jre6, preceding my settings when runs the application. I had checked the System environment, but had forgotten the User environment.