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I tried the first JNI application in chapter 9. I used Visual C++ from Microsoft 2003. The DLL Building did not work as explained. jni.h is not found during the compilation phase. Is there a need to set some compiler options? As I am new to C++ I need a step by step procedure for setting complier options from within the IDE. I think there is a need to indicate the JDK 5 location.

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H.J. Bosshard
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