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How to use a Bluetooth Java app

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Hi everyone,

The client is asking to connect to their DUT using their own BT (validated) Java driver. Creating a wrapper dll for the SDK really complicates this as it will need to be validated. The http://weblog.ikvm.net/  .NET interface seems dated and no longer supported.

Does anyone have any ideas on the best approach? In short, the client decided on java as a "simple" way to connect to the DUT for R&D, testing & production environments. 

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7 hours ago, FixedWire said:

Creating a wrapper dll for the SDK really complicates this as it will need to be validated. The http://weblog.ikvm.net/  .NET interface seems dated and no longer supported.

I don't understand: Doesn't your test software need to be validated too? And IKVM.NET is a generic wrapper of Java in .NET -- it is not a direct interface for the Bluetooth driver. Why won't this need to be validated?

In any case, someone else forked IKVM: https://www.windwardstudios.com/blog/ikvm-is-alive-well

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Thank you JKSH! The first step was to find a way to call the java libraries (i.e. the customer's BT interface) from LabVIEW & get it working. The validation introduces another layer all together. Have you used the IKVM?

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