You can access existing Java classes to use in the MATLAB workspace. For example, use built-in class packages, such as
java.util, which are included in the Java language. See your Java language documentation for descriptions of these packages. You also can access classes defined in individual
.class files, packages, or Java Archive (JAR) files, including classes you develop.
You can run MATLAB with your system version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE™). For information about Java versions compatible with MATLAB, see MATLAB Interfaces to Other Languages. To set the JRE path in MATLAB, call
jenv. To set the path from the operating system prompt, call
|Determine if input is Java object|
|Add entries to dynamic Java class path|
|Construct Java array object|
|Error message based on Java feature support|
|Return Java class path or specify dynamic path|
|Call Java method|
|Call Java method from Event Dispatch Thread (EDT)|
|Call Java constructor|
|Call Java constructor on Event Dispatch Thread (EDT)|
|Remove entries from dynamic Java class path|
|Determine if Java feature is available|
|Set JRE Java Runtime Environment path for MATLAB|
|Set JRE Java Runtime Environment path for MATLAB from system prompt|
|Capture error information for Java exception|
How to call a method in the Java standard library class
Use the dynamic class path to develop your own Java classes.
How to write Java programs that call into MATLAB from a running MATLAB.
import function to refer to a class by its class name
Add Java packages to MATLAB static path.
Getting information about methods.