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Jerome Bernard

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Jerome Bernard is consultant working for StepInfo.
2003-06-14 Native libraries in the Java worl ... Posted: Jul 29, 2003 4:54 PM
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Native libraries in the Java world… I am working on an application that makes heavy use of the Berkeley DB. This database is a native one with a Java API. It is built in such a way that the Java API uses a JNI library (libdb_java41) and this library requires another one (libdb41).I want to integrate the database both in a WAR and in a Java Web Start client. Java Web Start has support for native libraries and I'm even able to tell which library to use depending on the architecture of the client. In Java Web Start the only thing you have to do if you want to use native libraries is to package them in a JAR and add it to your JNLP deployment descriptor.The solution for a WAR is not as cool though: the only trick I found is to explode the WAR and set the java.library.path property of the JVM starting the servlet container to WEB-INF/lib (where my libraries are). I tried to add a JAR with the native libraries in WEB-INF/lib but this does not work :-(Does anyone have a better suggestion?BTW, warm welcome to conover.

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