D getBytes        PR         65535    ExtProc(*JAVA:
D                                             'java.lang.String':
D                                             'getBytes')
D                                     Varying

RpgString = getBytes(javaString);

I believe that this is what you are looking for.


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java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 11/21/2006 04:11:26 PM:

I've just started playing with Java on the iSeries.



Our young Java programmer has developed a class which will return a
variable length string. I will be invoking this through an ILE RPG
program.



In RPG I presumed that this would be a *varying declaration, but then I
realized that a string in Java is an object.



I know that there is an object type in RPG, but this is only to manage
the interface to calling Java methods.



What is the correct technique for passing back a varying length
character 'string' when RPG is calling Java?



Thanks.







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