• Subject: RE: How to access a file from QTEMP.
  • From: "AnanthaRamaiah, Gururaja (CTS)" <AGururaj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 10:16:38 -0500

Hi,
I have used the same concept. I wrote a CL program that calls an RPG
program. I have included the code of CL, RPG and Java program. But my query
doesn't work. It tells file does not exist..

It's an urgent requirement.. Can anyone help...


 <<QtempTest.java>>  <<QTEMPCL.txt>>  <<QTEMPRPG.txt>> 


Thanks and Regards,
Guru

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   DUCRET Gilles (GVA) [SMTP:Gilles.DUCRET@lloydsbank.ch]
        Sent:   Tuesday, March 14, 2000 6:28 PM
        To:     'JAVA400-L@midrange.com'
        Subject:        RE: How to access a file from QTEMP.

        This is exactly what we do:
         
        all our RPG programs are called via stored procedures.
        The stored procedures are called by jdbc.
        We then can reuse the connexion used to call the stored procedure
        to read in Qtemp
         
        -----Original Message-----
        From: Adolfo López Escribano [mailto:escriban@www.agbar.es]
        Sent: mardi, 14. mars 2000 12:40
        To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
        Subject: RE: How to access a file from QTEMP.
        
        
        The solution can be using only one via to call server programs and I
think that the best is using only JDBC. You can encapsulate the non stored
procedures RPG programs into CLLEs programs and then register its as sql
procedures (CREATE PROCEDURE proc(...) LANGUAGE CL ... ).
         
         
        ----- Mensaje original ----- 

                De: AnanthaRamaiah, Gururaja (CTS)
<mailto:AGururaj@chn.cts-corp.com>  
                Para: JAVA400-L@midrange.com <mailto:JAVA400-L@midrange.com>

                Enviado: martes 14 de marzo de 2000 10:33
                Asunto: RE: How to access a file from QTEMP.


                Thanks for the reply.. 
                But How can I use a connection that is used for ProgramCall
class to use CallableStatement. 
                Because CallableStatement needs a JDBC connection and
ProgramCall uses AS400(class) connection. 

                Thanks and Regards, 
                Guru 

                -----Original Message----- 
                From:   DUCRET Gilles (GVA) [
SMTP:Gilles.DUCRET@lloydsbank.ch <mailto:SMTP:Gilles.DUCRET@lloydsbank.ch> ]

                Sent:   Tuesday, March 14, 2000 1:29 PM 
                To:     'JAVA400-L@midrange.com' 
                Subject:        RE: How to access a file from QTEMP. 

                We read QTEMP file by reusing the same connexion as the
program that wrote 
                data to QTEMP 
                  
                  
                -----Original Message-----
                From: AnanthaRamaiah, Gururaja (CTS) [
mailto:AGururaj@chn.cts-corp.com <mailto:AGururaj@chn.cts-corp.com> ]
                Sent: mardi, 14. mars 2000 06:13
                To: java400-l@midrange.com
                Subject: How to access a file from QTEMP.
                
                

                Hi,
                I have a coded a java servlet that calls an AS/400 SQLRPGLE
program.
                The rpg program creates a file in QTEMP library and
populates it.
                I have written a stored procedure that reads data from this
file. 

                I am calling the RPG using ProgramCall class.
                Since CallableStatement is a separate connection, my QTEMP
file is not visible to it. 

                Is there a way to solve the above problem.
                We have to use QTEMP as it's a temporary file and we don't
want to write separate house keeping routine to clean it after each
connection.

                Thanks in advance
                Guru 




        
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QtempTest.java

             PGM        PARM(&PARM1)                    
             DCL        VAR(&PARM1) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(1)  
             QSYS/CALL  PGM(ACCLIB/QTEMPRPG)            
FAGENT     IF   E           K DISK                                  
                                                                    
C/EXEC SQL                                                          
C+ CREATE TABLE QTEMP/AGENT (AGENTID CHARACTER(5),                  
C+ AGENTNM CHARACTER(20), PASSWORD CHARACTER(10))                   
C/END-EXEC                                                          
                                                                    
C                   READ      AGENT                                 
C                   DOW       %EOF(AGENT) = *OFF                    
C/EXEC SQL                                                          
C+ INSERT INTO QTEMP/AGENT VALUES(:AGENTID, :AGENTNM, :PASSWORD)    
C/END-EXEC                                                          
C                   READ      AGENT                                 
C                   ENDDO                                           
C                   SETON                                        LR 

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