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    Default Help required in creating header file using java

    Hi All,
    May i know how to create c header file using java jni for a class which is inside a jar file.
    I have created a jar called HelloWorld.jar (using Netbeans) which has only class file as below

    package example;

    public class HelloWorld {
    public native void print(); //native method
    static //static initializer code
    {
    System.loadLibrary("CLibHelloWorld");
    }

    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    HelloWorld hw = new HelloWorld();
    hw.print();
    }
    }
    i tried following command
    javah -jni HelloWorld
    i am getting below error
    error: cannot access HelloWorld
    class file for HelloWorld not found
    javah -jni example.HelloWorld
    i am getting below error
    error: cannot access HelloWorld
    class file for HelloWorld not found

    Please let me know how to create the c header file.


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    Default Re: Help required in creating header file using java

    for a class which is inside a jar file.
    What have you tried with classpath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    What have you tried with classpath?
    No i havent tried... May i know how to do that?

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    Default Re: Help required in creating header file using java

    how to do that?
    Read the doc for the javah command.

    Why put the class in a jar file? Try working with the class outside of the jar file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Read the doc for the javah command.

    Why put the class in a jar file? Try working with the class outside of the jar file.
    I just given an example, actual scenario is different. Jar will do other functionality too...

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    What happens when the class file is not in a jar file?

    I just given an example, actual scenario is different.
    The answer could depend on the actual scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    What happens when the class file is not in a jar file?


    The answer could depend on the actual scenario.
    The jar has other functionality of large project which i cant mention here sorry. but i cant grantee this HelloWorld class is not dependent on other class and its functionality already clearly mentioned in my first post.

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    Default Re: Help required in creating header file using java

    Try it different ways to see what happens.

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    Default Re: Help required in creating header file using java

    Step 1:

    Say I have a folder in my desktop named as "example".
    Inside it,I copy paste your code.

    ScreenShot1.jpg

    Step 2:
    Compile the Java Code.

    2.jpg

    Step 3:
    Generate header file from java class
    Note: You need to run javah from the directory containing example/HelloWorld.class

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    You will find a "example_HelloWorld.h" being created/generated at the Desktop.

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    Cheers
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