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  1. Can compiled DLL callable from Java ?

    Thanks for telling me this. I want people can develop their own java application using JET compiled DLL, eg [JET compiled DLL for Java Library] <--> JNI <--> [interfaces of Java Library] <--> [java application by others]. I think when someone want to protect their java code, they normaly only want to protect the library code. I will workout something which will automatically generate those [interfaces of Java Library] and their JNI calls to JET compilled DLL. I will let everyone know when I finish. All suggestion are welcomed.
  2. Can compiled DLL callable from Java ?

    Just to make myself more clear: My java application using a special Java library and I only want to protect this Java library by compile it into native DLL using JET. Can I just compile this Java library into DLL so they are not only callable from other java code but also can be referenced from java code at development time. I don't need whole application as DLL or EXE. If this can be done by JET, after JET compile, we should not only see the generated DLL, but also see those empty classes been converted from original Java library and they only contains method declarations but not implementations. Those implementations should be replaced by the reference to the native DLL. How can I make this happen in JET ?
  3. My java application using a Java library and I only want to protect this Java library. Can I just compile this Java library into DLL and my application code can still call those classes/methods in Java library ?
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