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Friday, September 18, 2009

ComfyJ 2.7 Released

ComfyJ, a Java-COM bridge enabling bi-directional communication between the Java platform and COM technologies, has been updated to version 2.7.

With ComfyJ, you can use ActiveX/COM/OLE/OCX objects right from your Java application and implement Java objects as COM objects, without writing native code.

In this version we introduce new features and improvements in ComfyJ API, Code Generator and Server Manager. As each of our maintenance releases, it also contains fixes for issues reported by our customers. For the full scope of changes please check out the ComfyJ 2.7 Release Notes.

The latest version is available for download from the product page of our web site.

We look forward to your feedback on this update. If you need assistance with using our product, please use the support forum.


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