Using AFX_MANAGE_STATE(AfxGetStaticModuleState()) in JNI..

Hi All,
I have a question.
This is the clearest explanation of using
that I've seen:
"By default, MFC uses the resource handle of the main application to load the resource template. If you have an exported function in a DLL, such as one that launches a dialog box in the DLL, this template is actually stored in the DLL module. You need to switch the module state for the correct handle to be used. You can do this by adding the following code to the beginning of the function:"
In my JNI code I don't knowingly use any MFC DLLs
and I don't use JNI to put up any Dialogs, just straight
ADSI and WMI code, so my question is, should I use
in my JNI code? My JNI DLLs are an important part
of my Servlets. Is it something like:
"It wouldn't hurt.."? :-)
Joe Siebenmann

Hi Maxim,
of course you can. There exists a mechanism called JNI (Java Native Invocation) as you already mentioned.
I guess using JNI is the easiest way to achieve what you want.
I don't have any knowledge in detail what causes your "java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError" - Error but it looks to me like the JVM isn't able to find your DLL which contains the native C/C++ - Code.
To help the JVM find the DLL or SO you have either to copy your DLL/SO in a globally known LIB-Directory or, which is better in my opinion, adjust der global libary path so it also points to YOUR DLL/SO by doing the following under
Unix or Linux:
Windows NT/2000/95:
  set PATH=%path%;.
I would also recommend to check out the following link:
I hope this helps !!!
Best Regards,

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