Forum: JRuby Converting a ruby string into a java string

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Thomas Malone (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 12:02
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I am trying to call a static method on a java class, that takes two
strings,
there are also methods that take jdom documents, when I call the method
I
get a no method found error with RubyString RubyString.

I tried converting it to java bytes and passing that into the
constructor of
java.lang.String, but that returns a proxy object not a byte array, so
it
can¹t find the constructor.

Is there a way of solving this

Tom

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Thomas E Enebo (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 17:09
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Can you provide a little code?  You should be able to call a static
method on a class and if you pass two ruby strings to something which
expects two java strings...it should work automagically.

-Tom

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