Configuring the Runtime for C++ v3 Proxy Types Tutorial
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to the basics of configuring C++ applications that use C++ v3 Proxy Types to access Java classes within an embedded Java Virtual Machine.
v3 moniker stems from Codemesh's C++ runtime library that has to be compatible with
the proxy types because the proxy types delegate most of their work to that runtime library. The runtime
library is currently at major version 3, hence the
A classic Java application usually requires a number of command line options to make sure that
When you execute Java code in a JVM that is embedded within a C++ application it stands to reason that you have to provide many of the same configuration settings for your Java code to execute properly. Additionally, you will probably want to specify the JVM that is to be used, as well as some options related to dealing with that JVM.
This tutorial is your guide to the JunC++ion Configuration API.
We will use some of the examples that come bundled with your JunC++ion download. You should also have downloaded the runtime library for your platform and made sure that your C++ compiler is supported.
The lessons will still be useful as a reference, even if you don't have a C++ compiler or the product installed.
Note: Links to runtime APIs embedded in tutoral lessons refer to the latest documented version of the runtime API.
Learn about the configuration API types and how they are used.
Configure the runtime in code, usually from your program's
Configure the runtime with a configuration file.
Embed configuration logic in a proxy library.