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Can Java communicate with ActiveX objects?

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Question: Can Java communicate with ActiveX objects?

Answer: Yes, if you use Bridge2Java from IBM. Bridge2Java is a tool that allows Java programs to communicate with ActiveX objects. It allows easy integration of ActiveX objects into a Java Environment. Using the Java Native Interface and COM technology, Bridge2Java allows an ActiveX object to be treated just like a Java object.
How does it work?
Using Bridge2Java requires simply running a proxy generating tool that creates Java proxies from the ActiveX controls's typelib. These proxies can then be used to allow a Java program to communicate with the ActiveX object.
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http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/bridge2java


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