On the java sun's forum someone said they did it and it worked like a charm.
that would be me
i'll mail you the dll if you want - though i'd also recommend getting it to compile on your own system as well. (as a learning experience if nothing else
I just followed the tutorial to the letter. The only thing that isn't covered in the tutorial, is the bit about what includes you need for dealing with JNI.
You need to add the following directories as includes, for it to compile.
Considering i'd never used Visual Studio, or done any JNI, or even compiled a dll before, I was suprised how simple it was!
I won't be able 2 mail you the dll right away though - i'm surface scanning my hd.....