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Java and Com components Integration- for Asynchronous Transactions

Java and Com components Integration- for Asynchronous Transactions

Java and Com components Integration- for Asynchronous Transactions



I need to integrate Java and COM components (C++ COM dll’s) for Asynchronous calls. I am using Java/COM bridge tool (Similar to JIntegra tool) by IBM Alpha works for the same.


But with that tool I am able to integrate Java/COM for synchronous transactions only, i.e. Java will be calling method/functions of COM components and will get back the data from COM at that moment itself.


My requirement is to call COM component from Java and COM component will send back data to Java asynchronously.


Is there any other tool or framework through which Java and COM components can be integrated for asynchronous transactions? Any kind of pointer will be appreciated.

Please let me know about the same as soon as possible.




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