> Could you be more especific when you say "setup the same thing in Visual studio"?
Simply set up a new DLL C project in Visual studio. Create new blank project. Right click project -> General -> Configuration Type set to Dynamic Library DLL
Right click Header folder -> add item -> add your header
Right click Source folder -> add item -> add your .c file
Right click project -> c/c++ -> Additional include directories -> add paths to java\include and java\include\win32
Right click project -> rebuild -> the output window will show you the location of the newly created dll
For more detailed instructions, you should probably speak with the C++ guys from your team since they should definitely be able to help you out with this one.
Ah ok :) I imagined you ment this but I just wanted to make sure.
This might be a dumb question but would this make a normal C/C++ DLL or a C/C++ .NET DLL?
And the C++ team pretty much have no clue how to make a .DLL They commented that once we get JNI working with some basic examples showing that it works, they will read up on DLLs and start on that part.
Tommorow Im going to try this out as well and Ill post back with the results (in about 7 and a half hours)
Thanks alot for all this troubleshooting :) Like I said, we are very thankful :)