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JNI_OnUnload doesn't get called

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I'm new to both COM and JNI programming and managed to build a DLL to
access a COM object.
Unfortunately, I get an error message telling me that some pointer is
pointing to 0x00000000.

Adding Thread.sleep(6000) after the call to my native function delayed
the error message, so I think it's not a certain call in my code.

Since I didn't know how to debug native code, I simply called
MessageBox() every two or three lines to see where the problem occurs.

The interesting thing is:
I get no MessageBoxes for JNI_OnUnload(), but I do get some for
JNI_OnUnload() for example calls CoUninitialize().

When I move the code from JNI_OnUnload() into a different function
that is explicitly called, the error message no longer appears.

Perhaps this was just a coincidence, but I think the problem is that
JNI_OnUnload() does not get called.

Can anybody help?
Thanks in advance.


Jul 17 '05 #1
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