Getting Started

Why J-Integra?

Save money.
By enabling existing Java and Microsoft applications to talk to each other, J-Integra increases the lifespan of existing software infrastructure, thereby saving thousands of dollars that would normally be spent on upgrading and replacing older applications.

Save time.
Stop wasting time learning and writing low-level JNI or COM Automation code. J-Integra takes care of the cross-platform communication for you and allows you to build solutions within days instead of weeks or months.

More choices.
Everyone wants to avoid the vendor trap and use the best available technology. Your customers demand the same thing. For example, J-Integra gives you the freedom to develop in Java even if you need to call legacy COM Automation or ActiveX components, and the freedom to develop ASP applications even if you need to connect to existing Java server-side components.

Fewer hassles.
Unlike other Java / COM ActiveX interoperability tools, J-Integra hides the complexity of programming in an unfamiliar language. You don't need to know JNI. If you're a Java programmer, you don't need to know COM Automation. If you're an ASP programmer, you don't need to know Java. J-Integra automatically generates APIs that are familiar to you, no matter your programming background.

No worries.
Once setup and running, J-Integra just works and you never have to worry about it again. J-Integra is being used today in real-time and mission-critical applications by companies such as Oracle, IBM, HP, and many others.


How do I request a quote?

Contact us and let us know which type(s) of licenses you are interested in and how many of each. We will get back to you with a quote that is good for 30 days.

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept online credit card payments via Visa, MasterCard and American Express. We also accept Wire/EFT payments as well as certified cheques.


What platforms and JVMs are supported?

J-Integra can be used on any platform which supports a JVM. A complete list of platforms we have tested on can be found here.

Where are the release notes?

Release notes for previous versions can be found here:

Where can I download a previous version?

An archive of previous versions of J-Integra can be found here.