Stannard, David wrote:
Is there any way to force the iSeries to make a *PRV Java program
when we first run the .jar?

Well, there are a few approaches you can take on this ...

1. You can explicitly attach the native code to the JAR before it's
first execution using the CRTJVAPGM command. That let's you specify a
target release. In Implementer context, this could be done using a
before move special command with the IEXCRQSDTL command. If you would
like assistance with this, please contact MKS support (support@xxxxxxx).

2. If you are running OS400 V5R2 or higher, attaching native code to
java classes & jar's is no longer recommended. Using the JIT compiler
is (apparently) more efficient and has better performance. To this, set
the java.compiler system property to 'jitc'.

david
(who works for MKS in addition to running these lists)


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