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Can we use JNI(Java Native Interface)approach in Blackberry applications?

Hello,

 

Does anyone help me out in finding whether we can use JNI(Java Native Interface) approach in Blackberry JDE version-4.5 applications ?

 

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Re: Can we use JNI(Java Native Interface)approach in Blackberry applications?

no, you can't use them. j2me does not have jni
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Re: Can we use JNI(Java Native Interface)approach in Blackberry applications?

Thanks for replying. But can u suggest some other way for using C/C++ code with J2ME?

 

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Richa Bhatia

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Re: Can we use JNI(Java Native Interface)approach in Blackberry applications?

sure, use the logic and rewrite it in java. the actual coding usually does only take a small amount of development time if you have a proper design.
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Re: Can we use JNI(Java Native Interface)approach in Blackberry applications?

Thanks a lot for your advice.

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