I had overlooked your reply this afternoon only seeing it just now after
figuring out what I was doing wrong. Thanks for the help though!

Robert Newton
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  |       Subject:  Re: Calling Prototyped (Homebrew) Java from RPGLE           

On 09/01/2007, at 4:17 AM, RNewton@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I am working to get an RPGLE to call a prototyped JAVA program. I've
searched the archives and found a post from Mike E back in 2002 about a
similar problem. He apeared to get it working but I cannot. I have read
chapter 11 in the user guide called RPG and Java (or something like
linked in the 2002 thread by Barbra Morris I believe about prototyping
calls in rpg. Does anyone see anything wrong with what I am listing

Two things:
             1) If the class is in a jar file you have to specify the full
path of
the jar file in the CLASSPATH
             2) Class names, by convention, begin with an Uppercase
character. Are
you sure the class is cmpapi and not Cmpapi? In other words, have to
spelt things properly?

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