Let's now study another approach to integrating Java with Microsoft platforms, that is, using libraries developed in the other in our code, making modifications in our source code to allow it.

This approach allows us not to have to know and access the source code of the other system and programming language, so we can use it in any circumstance at our convenience, even if we do not face changes due to mergers or purchase of companies, or some similar "traumatic" event.

For this we will use as an example what was commented in a good article, although I recommend that you should do more particular research closely related to each library that you wish to use in another system that is not where they were developed.

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