wrote on 12/30/2005 
11:42:07 AM:

> java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 12/30/2005 11:20:42 AM:
> > Want to get an idea of how hard would be it to create a generic java
> > class that provide RPG/RPGSQLE program to access non-iSeries database.
> If the goal is to access a remote SQL database from RPG, you might look 
> something like this instead:
> http://www.rjssoftware.
> com/Solutions/ProductivityTools/ProductOverview/rjsrpgsql/index.htm
> There are also free low-level SQL API's that this tool is using that you 

> could try to learn yourself.

While you still might want to look at this tool, I took a closer look and 
it appears to work different than I had always assumed.  I thought they 
were providing a high-level wrapper to the existing API's.  It looks like 
they have written a custom proxy that runs on Windows and they talk to the 
proxy instead.


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