Hi,

I use the following java-code, to retrieve the libl, that is in place for
the current job:

Properties prop = System.getProperties();
String libListForm1 = prop.getProperty("java.library.path");

Then I do some parsing, to convert it to the format that has to be used for
the JDBC-library-list property.


Regards,

      Marc Nothum







Ashish Kulkarni <kulkarni_ash1312@xxxxxxxxx>@midrange.com on 21/11/2003
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Hi
I figured that i wont be able to pass result set to
java program from RPG, and so what i am doing is
passing a library list to java program from RPG which
i use to in JDBC properties while creating my
connection.
But this is kind of hardcoding as i cannot chnage the
library list on fly, unless i keep it in some data
area or configuration file, and change it when user is
using different set of libraris..
but anyway have to live with it for now

Ashish
--- "McCallion, Martin" <martin.mccallion@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
> RPG has no concept of ResultSet.  I don't think an
> SQL cursor is the
> same thing, so even if you could somehow pass it to
> the Java class, it
> wouldn't be what the class was expecting.  Barbara's
> suggestion was a
> way to give you a result set object within an RPG
> program; still,
> though, you wouldn't be able to do much with it in
> the RPG, except pass
> it on to another Java class.
>
> I think you are trying to do incompatible things,
> really.  However, your
> real problem appears to be the library list one, so
> that's probably the
> one you should try to address.
>
> > I am trying to do this because when i create a
> JDBC
> > connection in java program it uses the library
> list of
> > the user job description and not of the Job which
> is
> > calling it, in other words if the Library is LIB1
> in
> > the job which is calling it, and if in user job
> > description of user profile if the Library is
> LIB2,
> > then the connection as LIB2 instead of LIB1
>
> Part of the JDBC connection string is "database"
> which is a library in
> iSeries terms:
> jdbc:as400://iSeries-name/database-name.
>
> Plus the IBM JDBC drivers have an optional parameter
> for "libraries"
> which, if I recall correctly, allows you to specify
> a comma-separated
> list of libraries.  The Connection should, I
> believe, treat it similarly
> to a library list.
>
> HTH.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Martin.
>
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