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  1. Jetfire

    JAva PLugin Framework (JPF)

    Thanks for the clarification. However, we are not trying to speed up application startup. We're trying to speed up the first openning af a given Swing window in our application. It appears that the first time an instance of a window is created (with "new") it takes something like 20 secs where the next occurences take more like 5 secs. And yes, JPF does use custom class loaders... So if I'm not mistaken, this is a problem with JET right? PS: by the way, this java application is a re-write of an existing application consisting of some 1200 DLLs, at least half of wich are loaded dynamically at startup time, the rest during the execution ;-)
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    JAva PLugin Framework (JPF)

    Our purpose is to speed up the execution and loading of the Swing components. We noticed that the first opening of a Swing window is very long and are looking for a way to speed up this process.
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    Embedding JPanel in C++

    About 2 years ago I was looking onto the same issue. Now I don't exactly remember the name of the tool, but, you can convert any Java Bean type component into an activeX control, therefore you can use it in a MFC application
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    JAva PLugin Framework (JPF)

    HEllo everyone, I'm new to using JEt but it seems like the kind of tool we need. However, our application is a LARGE one. It consists of something like 240 JAR files That in itself can be a problem, but nothing that a little work can fix. My question is concerning our use of JPF. It's a plugin framework that uses XML files to dynamically know which jar to put in the classpath. Now if I manage ton cert all my JAR files to DLL, will the framework know which dll conresponds to which jar?