Whats the CSID on the config file?  I have had trouble reading config
files from the IFS via java when the use the CSID of 00037. A CSID 00819
usually works best from my experience.


On Mon, 2004-09-13 at 06:03, Peter.Daransky@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi, 
> i've a big problem with my iSeries and XML files. I wroted some programs 
> where i'm using xml for storing and reading configurations stuffs. Ok, on 
> my PC i've tested it and it work perfect! Now i've moved the thing on 
> iSeries with V5R2, SF99169->18 and last cum pack and downloaded last 
> xerces jar files (the same as on pc). And now i've started it and the 
> thing don't work, cause if i start it from QSH i'll got some error deep in 
> Xerces classes (ArrayOutOfBoundException) ?! Then i've tryed CRTJVAPGM on 
> the xml*.jar files the thing does work, everything is ok. After then i've 
> started it from SBMJOB CMD(java ... ) and the thing doesn't work as 
> before, but what is worst i don't got any error the programms just don't 
> read some xml entries ?! But when i go back on pc everything works perfect 
> ! 
> What's happen ... please has someone see something similar ? What can i do 
> ? 
> Thanks
> Peter 
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