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Mark Leusink
Blog Title LinQed | Mark Leusink
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Convenience at a cost: comparing Domino Java APIs performance (standard, ODA, JNA)
Fri, May 12th 2017 4:29p   Mark Leusink
I’m into performance at the moment, trying to solve some nasty issues in one of the applications I work on. While researching the topic I came across Karsten Lehmann’s Domino JNA project that allows you to use some low-level C-API methods using Java. It contains functions that are very useful in my scenario, but I also wondered how the library performed. So I wrote some basic tests, comparing JNA with the ‘standard’ (or ‘legacy’) Domino API and, while I was at




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