Monarch32 is the registered COM name of Monarch and is what you need to invoke it, i.e.
Set oMyMonarchObject = CreateObject("Monarch32")
This is registered with COM, which looks to the Monarch executable to perform the relevant tasks.
If you search the registry for Monarch32 you will see the COM entries there.
Remember that the Monarch executable will actually load to perform the tasks required, it is not like calling functions from a DLL.
Hope this helps
I do have the Monarch Programmers guide and have been trying to translate between Visual Basic and Java. To obtain the Monarch Object I need to load against "Monarch32". Is that an actual object, and if so, where does it exist? If not, what is the actual object name that is contains it.
I am using Monarch 6.01 /b[/quote]
When I explore some DLL's with the Java-Com bridge program, I see methods that can be exposed via that tool.
I have explored all the objects in the Monarch/Programs directory looking for something that will expose the methods that I need and haven't been able to find any object that contains the necessary methods.
What object should I be looking at that would contain the necessary methods?
I tried the proxy generator with the latest Java Com bridge app (bridge2java.exe from IBM and it worked fine.
I used the tlb that Nick referred to in a previous post.
It generated 2 files,
I don't know what these do, as I am not a Java programmer.
I can e-mail them to you if you like.
Has anyone successfully gotten Monarch to work via COM from Java? If so, how?
I don't want to continue to beat my head against a wall if I am attempting something that isn't going to work. /b[/quote]