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How can use Office Dll function like microsoft project in Java?

  Asked By: Darcy    Date: Feb 20    Category: Java    Views: 2039

I want to help me that , i can get microsoft project Dll and use in
java so i can control the microsoft project in java application.
thanks for pay attention to me...



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Angel Harris     Answered On: Feb 20

I think that Jakarta tools like "PIO" can help  you
very well.
I make mircosoft excel file with it.
If these tools can't help you the strcture of these
file is very easy.
If you do'nt want to use later way you can make text
file and then convert it to the microsoft  project file.

Answer #2    Answered By: Cheri Garcia     Answered On: Feb 20

I suppose this link will help  you http://jawinproject.sourceforge.net/

Answer #3    Answered By: Julian Long     Answered On: Feb 20
Answer #4    Answered By: Omar Walker     Answered On: Feb 20

DLLs are called "native libraries" by Java. See the JavaDoc for the
System class for loading them, and the JNI specification at java.sun.com
to programmatically access the DLL from Java. The one negative about
using DLLs is that makes it so your java  will only run on Windows machines.

Answer #5    Answered By: Bonnie Hughes     Answered On: Feb 20

In order to use DLLs and any platform specific operation in java, you can use JNI (Java Native Interface).

Here is some usefull resources about JNI and calling Windows APIs from Java.