How To Convert A Jar File To DLL

Hi, today I want to talk about converting a Jar file to Dll file. So you can use it in your Asp.Net projects.  You can use IKVM for converting process of your jar files.  You can download it from this link.

Before converting the jar file, you must use the right version of IKVM.  If you have a jar file compiled with old java version, you must use the suitable version of IKVM. For example, if your jar file is compiled with jdk 1.6, you must use the IKVM 7.2 version.  If it is compiled with jdk 1.7 or above than use IKVM 8.2 version.  So be careful about jdk version support of IKVM. And don’t forget to add IKVM dll files if you want to use the converted DLL file in your Asp.Net Projects.

Next thing I want to say is, if you have specific codes such as gis algorithms or sth. else, it could not be successfull to convert it to dll with IKVM. So if you have special code algorithms in your jar file, you should convert java codes manually to c#. While you converting java codes manually, you can get help from this web site.

If you are looking for opening dll files, have a look at this post: How To Open A Dll File

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  1. March 7, 2019

    […] Export the code to Visual Basic:  If you want to manipulate, edit, and build the file on your own, you can export it into Visual Studio. The exported code will be in C#, even if it was originally written in a different language originally. Right-click on the DLL file in the Assembly Explorer.  Select “Export to Project”.  Choose your export options. You can have the project opened immediately in Visual Studio if you’d like to get started on it immediately. If you are looking for converting a jar file to dll, have a look at this post:  Converting a jar file to dll […]

  2. November 1, 2019

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