David its very simple,  RPGLE to Java using Prototypes, I do it for sending
Http/s requests, XML Parsing and it seems like its very efficient way of
doing things, compare to using any low level APIs (no offense) or third
party solutions which I cannot even maintain. Here is a great simple article
to start it.  If you know java then this is all you need to start building
complex procedures.

http://www.itjungle.com/mpo/mpo042403-story04.html



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To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
Subject: Re: Generic java class that will allow RPG/RPGSQLE program to
access non-iSeries Data

David Gibbs wrote:
> Lim Hock-Chai wrote:
>> 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.
> 
> My first thought when I saw this question was to create a sql proxy
> application in java.

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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