- My plan is to create a java class as mentioned in the original thread.
- I'll then create a RPG service program with all the necessary export
procedures to access all those java methods.  This will hide the complex
coding needed to call java method.

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The biggest concern is column mapping.  I have no clue as how to create
a generic getColumn() that convert the coulmn data into a RPG variable.

  

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Another possibility ... and I have *ZERO* idea how hard this would be to
implement .. would be to try and do the JDBC request to the other
database directly from RPG using prototyped java calls.

Just a thought.

david

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