Ok, this is probably a dumb question ... but the answer is currently escaping me.I have found you explicitly need to set the library list in the new object (doing a command call to change library list), and that the library list is passed in as a system property. Try printing all system properties out in your java program to see the exact name.
I'm trying to run a simple class on the System i to update a data area with the contents of a property file.
The path to my data area is '/QSYS.LIB/%LIBL%.LIB/DATAAREA.DTAARA' and I'm invoking the class using RUNJVA interactively (my class is running, so I know the basic environment is correct).
I create my AS400 object using a simple 'new AS400();' so it picks up my current user id & password.
Problem is, when I try to update my CharacterDataArea object, I get an ObjectNotFound exception (or something like that).
Is there something I need to do so the JVM picks up the library list of the job I'm invoking it from?
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