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Resources for Java developers who want to use .NET libraries in their projects.
Resources for .NET developers who want to use Java JARs in their projects.
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1. Getting started
- 1.1. Installing Javonet
- 1.2. Activating Javonet
- 1.3. Adding References to .NET Libraries
- 1.4. XML Configuration File
- 1.5. Using the Javonet Fluent Interface
- 1.7. Introduction to Using .NET Back-end and UI Components in Java
2. Calling methods
- 2.1. Invoking Static Methods
- 2.2. Creating Instance and Calling Instance Methods
- 2.3. Calling Generic Methods
3. Working with .NET Objects
- 3.1. Creating Instance Of Generic Object
- 3.2. Extending the .NET Class in Java and Wrapping .NET Methods
4. Fields and Properties
- 4.1. Get/Set Values for Static Fields and Properties
- 4.2. Get/Set Values for Instance Fields and Properties
5. Methods Arguments
- 5.1. Passing Reference-Type Arguments
- 5.2. Passing Arguments by Reference with “ref” and “out” Keywords
- 5.3. Passing typeof(Type) as Method Argument
- 5.4. Calling Overloaded Method Passing Null Argument
6. Nested Types
8. Arrays and Collections
- 8.1. Arrays: Using Value-Type and Reference-Type Arrays
- 8.2. Working with .NET arrays and collections from Java with Javonet
9. Embeding UI controls
10. Referencing libraries
11. Off-line activation
12. Events and Delegates
13. Disposing and Garabage Collection
14. .NET Configuration Files (AppConfig, WebConfig)
15. Exceptions, Debugging and Testing
- 15.. Handling Activation Issues
- 15.1. Handling .NET Exceptions
- 15.2. How to debug .NET code called from Java
- 15.3. Debugging Javonet Enabled Application
16. Strongly-Typed Wrappers
17. Advanced Activation and Licensing
- 17.1. Runtime vs. Offline vs. Compile Time Activation
- 17.2. Project Activation Tool
- 17.6. Delegating Activation Server
18 Other usage scenarios
Note: Before using Javonet, make sure you have JDK 1.6 or newer and following pre-requisites installed:
Adding Javonet Reference
As Javonet is single file solution, all you need to start using it is to download the latest Javonet jar file into your Java project, and add a reference to this file in your build path. Activate method allows you to specify which .NET framework should be loaded. If any of pre-requisites will be missing Javonet will detect them automatically and display in exception message the URLs for download of required dependencies.
How to add the Javonet JAR reference in Eclipse?
- Right click on your Java project in “Package Explorer”.
- Open Build Path > Configure Build Path, choose “Add JARs.“
- Select the Javonet jar file.