Mike,

Are you talking about a standard application or a web application. WAS Test
Environment is for running web applications, in which case they must be
distributed as EAR or WAR files.

If your talking standard java application, what is your RUNJVA command. The
class name including package should be specified on the CLASS  (unless you
specify it in the JAR manifest).
The jar file should be listed on the CLASSPATH 

cheers
Colin.W
 
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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Burdette [mailto:Mike.Burdette@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 27 September 2004 14:53
To: JAVA400-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Creating, deploying a Java app jar file from WDSCi and running on
iSeries...


I have a Java application that I have developed in WDSCi and wish to 
export in a jar file to the iSeries and run it from there using the RUNJVA 
command.

The app runs from within WDSCi on my PC in the WAS Test Environment. But 
when I export it to the iSeries, the app never loads. I cannot even run it 
in debug as it blows up before the first statement. Here are the errors I 
am getting:

.....
Loading class java/security/BasicPermissionCollection.class from 
/QIBM/ProdData/OS400/Java400/jdk/lib/rt.jar  
Loading class java/lang/VerifyError.class from 
/QIBM/ProdData/OS400/Java400/jdk/lib/rt.jar   
Loading class java/beans/PropertyVetoException.class from 
/QIBM/ProdData/OS400/Java400/jdk/lib/rt.jar  
FATAL ERROR in native method: Received NULL object reference Java program
completed with exit code 134 

I have contacted IBM support, and they have been somewhat helpful, but 
they say the problem is with the way I am creating the jar file. 

Any ideas/suggestions on what might be the problem? Any good resources on 
creating a Java app in/deploying from WDSCi to the iSeries?

Thanks.

BTW, I am running V5R2. 


Mike Burdette

Comporium Data Services
Web Development
471 Lakeshore Parkway
PO Box 270
Rock Hill, SC 29731

803 326-4153
803 326-4252 fax
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