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Thread: How to run a C++ code using java?

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    Default How to run a C++ code using java?

    I have a c++ source code which I dont want to modify......I want to run it using java ....at the same time the C++ source code should not be able to modify any of the files already on my computer...Does java provide some security or permission control over file writing by a process?????

    Please can anyone help????

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    Default Re: How to run a C++ code safely

    If you have the source code, why don't you just change it to suit you rather than trying to restricted functionality using Java. Also how are you 'running' the C++ code. Are you compiling it down into a DLL and it is alreadt set up for use with JNI? or are you meerly running a compiled C++ as an exe and then trying to restrict File Access?

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    Default Re: How to run a C++ code using java?

    Quote Originally Posted by progfool View Post
    I have a c++ source code which I dont want to modify......I want to run it using java ....at the same time the C++ source code should not be able to modify any of the files already on my computer...Does java provide some security or permission control over file writing by a process?????

    Please can anyone help????
    Here is a great article: Java Tip 17: Integrating Java with C++ - JavaWorld

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    Default Re: How to run a C++ code using java?

    Great article Cronus....

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    Default Re: How to run a C++ code using java?

    lol this thread was made in 2009 and the OP still has 1 post...i dont think hes going to see any replies

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    Default Re: How to run a C++ code using java?

    Quote Originally Posted by derekxec View Post
    lol this thread was made in 2009 and the OP still has 1 post...i dont think hes going to see any replies
    irony hurts my head
    thread locked to prevent future comedy

    ...at least on this thread

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