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Categories: Interoperability

Latest version: 2.0 Alpha 1
Added 2005-04-19

The Java/Win32 integration project (Jawin) is a free, open source architecture for interoperation between Java and components exposed through Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) or through Win32 Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs).

You can use Jawin to interact with scriptable applications such as the Microsoft Office suite. You can use Jawin to call scriptable logic components such as Microsoft's COM-based XML parsers and tools. You can also use Jawin to access Win32 API features such as the Windows registry, security APIs, and the event log. You can also use Jawin to make in-process interoperability with .NET code exposed as COM objects. In fact, Jawin allows your Java applications to call any legacy COM- and DLL-based code, without having to write any Java Native Interface (JNI) code. Using Jawin, you can call any component that can be scripted in the Windows environment. You can also call arbitrary COM components or DLL entry points.

Jawin includes a code generator, Jawin Type Browser, supporting generation of stub code for scriptable as well as non-scriptable COM components. The code generator reads one or more type libraries, and automatically emits the Java stubs needed to call the component(s). The Jawin Type Browser is not (yet) able to generate code for DLL entry points, and not all parameter types are supported for COM components.

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