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How do I link the Java API to the GAUSS Run Time Engine?
I have created a project using the GAUSS Engine and the Java API. Up to now I have linked to mteng.dll. Now, however, I would like to deploy my application to another machine and use the runtime engine. How do I link my Java code to the runtime engine, mtengrt.dll?
The Java API automatically first looks for mteng.dll first and then if that file cannot be located, it will try to find the runtime engine dll. You do not have to make any changes to the Java code. Simply do not include mteng.dll, but mtengrt.dll instead when you deploy your application.