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Integrating SWT in to a VC++ application using ActiveXBridge - need help [message #453537] Thu, 07 April 2005 14:05
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Originally posted by: geeky2.gte.net

Hello Everyone,,

I am posting the question below for someone else that is having probs
accessing the newsgroups,

thx for any help
mark

> Mark,
>
> Here is the question I have for the usergroup:
> --------------------------------------
> We've been working on integrating an SWT application into our legacy
application which is written in VC++. We tried using ActiveXBridge tool to
convert the SWT application into an ActiveX dll but the ActiveX doesn't show
any widgets or text. It just shows the gray screen. Has anybody tried this
before? Also, please share your experience if you have tried any other
tricks (including JNI) to integrate SWT components into a Microsoft based
application (VC++/VB). We are working on analyzing the risks involved in
integrating the newly developed Java(SWT and Swing) UI components into our
VC++ based product. Swing seems very cooperative and many technologies
support it (we tried ActiveXBridge and J-Integra) but need to find out how
easy it is to integrate the SWT components. Any help on this would be
appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Ashish
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