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On the 360 works site, I saw this text from 2008:

A third approach is through Java plugins. 360Works has created a C++ framework, using JNI (Java Native Interface), which allows FileMaker plugins to be written using Java. This is the ideal way to tap into Java's full power and scalability from FileMaker Pro, because it lets you as the programmer make direct calls to Java code straight from the FileMaker calculation engine.

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Is there a way to write FileMaker Plug-ins directly in Java?

I've not seen this.

If so, how much does this cost (one time, recurring)?

Thanks,

- m

 

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