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NativeCall lets you call native methods from Java without JNI code. It supports structs, Strings, primitive types (int and boolean), byte and char arrays and output parameters. With NativeCall, you can call all methods implemented in any DLL. Give NativeCall a try to see what it’s really capable of!

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NativeCall is a library for accessing dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) in C/C++ from Java. It is available in both the Java 1.1 and 1.2 SDKs. It is designed to enable Java code to use DLLs from Microsoft Windows without the use of JNI. NativeCall is still in development and is not stable.
NativeCall Uses:
NativeCall can be used in any kind of Java application to call DLLs written in C/C++. By calling a DLL from a Java application, it is possible to gain access to the functionality of a C/C++ DLL.
Using NativeCall is as simple as calling the nativeMethod() function to call the method of a DLL that you need. Calling a DLL is done using the DLL’s.dll name. This.dll can be referenced in the header of your Java project as a native library, and is much more easier and more practical to work with than JNI.
Note: To use NativeCall, you will need the “Microsoft Platform SDK for Java” and NativeCall in the JDK.
NativeCall Features:
The following are some of the features of NativeCall:
* Provides access to all kinds of methods in all kinds of DLLs in a Windows environment without JNI
* DLLs of C/C++ code can be referenced by using native methods
* Methods that are not implemented in a DLL can still be accessed
* Compile-time and runtime checks for DLLs and methods to make sure the code can call the DLL
* Supports all modes of access to DLLs and methods
* Supports int, long, long long, boolean, char, short, byte, float and double
* Supports output parameters, i.e. the output parameters of a native method are set in the Java code
* Supports all types of types in the DLL, i.e. int, boolean, byte, short, char, float, long, long long, void*
* Supports all types of types in the Java code, i.e. byte, short, char, float, double, boolean, long, long long, void*

How to use NativeCall:
Call the nativeMethod() function to call a method of a DLL. For example, to call the “HelloWorld()” method, use the code:

And it’s output is Hello World!
Note: You

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I have one more feature request. Instead of adding -r switch as -r 1 in the example line, I want to create a way to have the program read the return value. In the simple code example above, I’d like it to return a value:
i = GetLogAsynchronously(“”);
string path = GetPropertyAsynchronously(“$fileName”);
string file = “”;
//more code to execute if needed…

I’ve tried adding a return value to all of the functions:
LRESULT GetLogAsynchronously(char* fileName, string& file);
LRESULT GetProcessAsynchronously(char* commandLine, DWORD* pid);
LRESULT GetProcessInfoAsynchronously(char* processName, DWORD* pid);
LRESULT GetPropertyAsynchronously(char* key, char* fileName, DWORD& size);

However, I can’t get it to return anything. The other functions simply return true/false.
Am I going about this the correct way? Is there a better way to achieve this? Or is this something that isn’t even possible?


Your problem stems from the fact that you are expecting these functions to return a value, which they obviously don’t. What they actually do is they execute the function and block the calling thread until the function is finished.
If you want to return a value from a native function, you need to do two things:

In your native code, make sure to return a handle to a value. This will be your return value.
In the calling Java code, you need to have the native code return the handle to a value. For instance, in your Java code, after the call to your native function, you would write:
String retVal = (String)native_function_returning_handle();

In the case of the functions you specified, you should have them return a Boolean. You can use the Java class org.apache.commons.lang3.Bits to convert a Boolean into a string.
LRESULT GetLogAsynchronously(char* fileName, string& file);
bool GetLogAsynchronously(char* fileName, string&

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How to Use:

NativeCall + Windows Calling Conventions Tutorial:

Usage Example:

Edit: I just added a Java Example
package com.helloworld;


public class NativeCallExample {

public static native void nativeCallMethod()
throws InterruptedException;

public static void main(String[] args) throws InterruptedException {
String inputLine;


while((inputLine = getLine())!= null) {

private static String getLine() throws InterruptedException {
BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(
new InputStreamReader(;

String input;
System.out.print(“Enter line to be processed: “);
input = reader.readLine();


return input;

Tested on Windows 7 x64 and OS X 10.9.4


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NativeCall is a Java interface/callback mechanism that allows you to call native code (DLLs) from Java code, without the use of JNI.

NativeCall uses the native method call system of the operating system.

NativeCall is available on all platforms supported by jdb and JVMs: Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris.

NativeCall supports


jstring : String

: String char* : C-String

: C-String int : int

: int boolean : boolean

: boolean byte[] : byte[]

: byte[] char[] : char[]

: char[] void* : void*

: void* native byte : byte

: byte native char : char

: char native int : int

: int native boolean : boolean

: boolean native byte[] : byte[]

: byte[] native char[] : char[]

: char[] native void* : void*

: void* size of the arg array : (int)sizeof(arg array)

: (int)sizeof(arg array) return values:

void : can be NULL

: can be NULL boolean : true for success

: true for success int : int for success

: int for success byte[] : byte[] for success

: byte[] for success char[] : char[] for success

: char[] for success void* : void* for success

: void* for success ArrayList : is empty for success

: is empty for success Vector : is empty for success

: is empty for success

Example using callbacks:

This example shows how to use NativeCall’s callbacks to call the add method of the ArrayList class. It takes the address of the ArrayList as a jstring, the size of the array as an int and the array as a jstring array.


Remember that NativeCall will throw a ClassNotFoundException if you try to access classes in the dll.

What is NativeCall?

NativeCall is a callback mechanism that allows you to call native code (DLLs) from Java without JNI. NativeCall uses the native method call system of the operating system. NativeCall supports callbacks, variable argument lists, structs, strings, primitive types, int, boolean, byte and char arrays. The main purpose of NativeCall is to avoid the overhead of JNI.

Support is given to all platforms supported by JDBC and Java: Windows, Linux, MacOS and Solaris.

An important advantage of NativeCall is the ability to call native methods from any method in the DLL. In the previous example, we would have to take care of doing the following:

Finding the class in the D

System Requirements For NativeCall:

OS: Windows XP SP2/Vista
CPU: Intel i5-2400
Memory: 3GB RAM
OS: Windows 7
CPU: Intel i7-2600K
Memory: 6GB RAM
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