• Subject: Re: Triggers using Java !
  • From: Tom Heiber-Cobb <heibercobb@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 07:53:14 -0500

        It is my understanding that the AS/400's implementation of triggers
requires that you use a *PGM object as part of the trigger definition. As
yet, Java programs are not seen by the system as an object of this type, so
short of wrapping a call to a Java program inside a CL program I don't know
what alternative there is for using Java on the /400 this way. As far as
stored procedures, I don't know if you can reference a Java program in the
definition of the procedure. I'd sure like to hear what other might have to
say about this as well. If I'm way off here, please let us know.
At 11:46 PM 09/19/1999 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi All,
>         Did any one tried to impliment db2/400 triggers  or stored
>procedures in java ? So far We are using Rpg for developing them and
>using ADDPFCST.
>   I would be very greatful for any directions.
>Thanks in advance
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