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Can JSP acess JNI code? (very urgent!!!)

Can JSP acess JNI code? (very urgent!!!)

Can JSP acess JNI code? (very urgent!!!)

I have a java code which successfully calls C code through JNI. I want to know whether I can have a bean which calls this Java code so that from the browser I can have a jsp calling a bean and thus set it working from the browser.
The path I visualize for the above thing to work is:
Pl. suggest me as to whether this is possible and the things I need to address when considering this option.
I would really appreciate if you could suggest some good sites for the same and probably some sample code.
Looking for the response.

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