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From "Collins, Jim" <>
Subject RE: Special consideration of invoking native methods in Tomcat?
Date Tue, 24 Sep 2002 08:06:15 GMT
A possibility is Tomcat is already using the socket.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Furlan Bojan ITWET2 []
> Sent: 24 September 2002 09:01
> To: ''
> Subject: Special consideration of invoking native methods in Tomcat?
> I am trying to access existing legacy system in our company 
> over JSP running
> on Tomcat. Using JNI, I am now able to call one of the C functions
> (something like connect to a server and select database) from 
> existing API.
> The call succeeds, but it results in error during execution of that
> function. The same call in a standalone java application is always
> successful.
> As far as I know, API communicates to server over socket 
> mechanism. What
> would be a difference between calling such a native function 
> in standalone
> Java application and using the same in JSP? I'm new in Java 
> environment,
> Tomcat and JSP, so I would appreciate any hint.
> Regards
> Bojan Furlan 
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