How to call Java methods from a Windows application?

Hello all,
At our company, we need to integrate our product which is a Java Swing application with a Windows application. Specifically, we are trying to call Java methods that reside in our application from the Lotus Notes email client application, which is a native Windows application. Such that when a user clicks a button in the Lotus Notes email client, it will trigger an event in our Swing application. Is this possible using JNI? Do you know of any resources or references relating to this kind of a project?
Thanks,
Mete Kural

If there is some dll interface that lets Lotus Notes load up and use a DLL, then yes, this should be possible.

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