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How to call a java class, and let it do something

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then return the value to the asp.net ?

thank you in advance

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The easiest way is to use some for of bridge. You used to be able to
egister java classe with Javareg and access them as COM objects in .NET -
not sure if you cans till do that, not tried it for some time.

You could use the chillisoft javabridge, a com object from SUN that works
with ASP. You would need to import it as COM into your project and create a
wrapper for it, never tried it though....

http://sunflash.sun.com/67/3/iplanet/index.shtml

Take a look at something like this : Not free unfortunately but will do
what you require.
http://www.jnbridge.com/jnbpro.htm

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then return the value to the asp.net ?

thank you in advance

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