Actually, I am seeing the problem when I attempt to use the SAV command to
a previous release on the System i. I was chatting with David Gibbs with
AIM. From his suggestion, I did a DLTJVAPGM on the against the java
program. I was then able to process the SAV command to a previous release.

So, it was not the JAVAC command at all.

Thanks for the reply and thanks to David for the help.

Nick W. Mart

Maybe it is too later in the week. I can not understand your question
clearly. Are you trying to use javac on AS400?

 Regards.


nickmart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
It is probably too late in the week to be thinking clearly. However, I
need to compile a java source into a class member to an earlier release.
Up to this point, I have not been able to locate a reference to JAVAC
parameters and/or variables.

Would some one point me in the right direction?

Thank you in advance.

Nick W. Mart

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