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Derek Read

Reply to: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no SQJNILib in java.l

We're not sure how you could be running Java code on a Linux server that would be controlling XMetaL Author. Even if is somehow possible to get XMetaL Author running on Linux (perhaps using WINE?) we are unable to help with this issue as we do not test our products on platforms except those specified in the install-readme.html file that comes with each version. For XMetaL Author Essential 5.5 and XMetaL Author Enterprise 5.5 the versions of Windows supported include Windows XP and Vista (only). Following is from the install-readme.html for 5.5:

System requirements
* Microsoft Windows XP or Vista
* Pentium 133 MHz processor
* 256 MB of available RAM (512 MB recommended)
* VGA display, 640 x 480 resolution or higher
* Minimum 300 MB of disk space (400 MB recommended)
* Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 6.00.2600.0000 or later

The only thing we can guess is that your Java code is running on Linux but trying to control XMetaL Author installed on a separate Windows machine, perhaps attempting to use DCOM or something? We do not test this and do not support it so you are on your own in this case as well. If DCOM is involved you may need to create a wrapper of some kind to enable SQJavaAPI.jar to work with it or find some other solution.

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