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Tag: .net

Java SDK 11.0 or above is required when using .NET 6 or higher

I’ve installed .NET 6 (version 6.0.100-rc.1.21458.32) and Visual Studio 2020 Preview (although it might be not a prerequisite). I am trying to debug a hello-world application but I am getting a build error regarding Java. I’ve installed Java 17 setting Path as well as pointing to the Java Development Kit Location in Visual Studio settings (tools->options->Xamarin->Android Settings). Because that didn’t

Need to reference and use a C# dll in Java

I need to reference a .Net dll in java. I have used jni4net libraries for the same. I have followed the steps mentioned in the video below : https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=351&v=8OoSK_RWUe4 I have followed all the steps required to reference jni4net libraries but i get the following runtime Exception: After following all the steps, This is my code: I have tried executing

Call Java function using .Net(C#)

is it possible to invoke function which is written in Java using WCF or any class application written in C# .net Can it be possible by using webOrb.. i can’t find enough information about Java to .Net remoting.. Answer If you want to communicate between C# and Java you have a couple of options. The cleanest: Build a service. This

What are the main benefits of using Mono over Java? [closed]

As it currently stands, this question is not a good fit for our Q&A format. We expect answers to be supported by facts, references, or expertise, but this question will likely solicit debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion. If you feel that this question can be improved and possibly reopened, visit the help center for guidance. Closed 10 years ago.

IKVM and Licensing

I have been looking into IKVMing Apache’s FOP project to use with our .NET app. It’s a commercial product, and looking into licensing, IKVM runs into some sticky areas because of its use of GNU …

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