JVM initialization tips

Initialize the JVM code with the ActiveX to Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) bridge. For an ActiveX client program (Visual Basic, VBScript, or ASP) to access Java classes or objects, the first step that the program must do is to create JVM code within its process. To create JVM code, the ActiveX program calls the XJBInit() method of the XJB.JClassFactory object. When an XJB.JClassFactory object is created and the XJBInit() method called, the JVM is initialized and ready to use.