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    Default How to "connect" Eclipse with Scilab/MatLab

    I have a problem with "connecting" my Eclipse project with Scilab/MatLab function.

    How can I call Scilab/MatLab function from Eclipse project? What do I need to import? Tomcat keeps trhrowing me errors like: "no javasci in java.library.path", "unsatisfiedLinkError",...

    Any idea, anyone? Does anybody knows some simle way of calling Scilab or MatLab function from Eclipse?

    Please, help!!!

    Thanks,
    Igor S

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    I've solved it. Thanks, bye...

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    I have the same problem and no idea how to solve it. How you did it?

    Marek

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    I might need this integration also. I dont think java or eclipse will be able to use MATLAB code.
    How did you solve it ?

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    You can ran your Matlab code in Scilab. Usually those are (nearly) the same. I am trying to connect my Scilab 5.0.3 with Java code in Eclipse. No success so far…
    Some people had similar problem
    mathkb.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/scilab/2739/Using-SciLab-Java-interface
    forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5190844&messageID=9747609#974 7609
    groups.google.com/group/comp.soft-sys.math.scilab/browse_thread/thread/c93f63f1132e01c2
    Try them. Maybe you will be lucky.
    I was trying to solve it with those advices but the problem is that Scilab 5.x.x is little bit different then older versions and I always get the same error massage:
    “The native library javasci does not exist or cannot be found. java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no javasci in java.library.path”

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    Hi,
    Try this:

    1) Bring up Eclipse and right Click on the name of the project you are working with

    2) Select 'Build Path'->'Add External Archives'

    3) Change Directory to where the 'javasci.jar' file
    is installed on your C drive and select the jar file.

    The javasci.jar file should now be added to your project and all of your scilab commands in your java source files and the 'import javasci.*' should compile
    nicely.

    Arthi

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    bit of an old thread and the OP has either solved his problem or moved on. Locking.

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