DennisRootes@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

... the first thing I check is if another jt400.jar exists on the classpath, like maybe /qibm/proddata/OS400/jt400/lib. Boot classpath trumps the extension
path.

Didn't find one in there but I will read the link you sent me as soon as I get our network guys to unblock that site. We are on internet lockdown here. Lol. Thanks for the help.

I don't see jt400.jar in in the directory that Joe Sam mentioned (/qibm/proddata/OS400/jt400/lib); I do see jt400Native.jar (both v5r3 and v5r4). I see jt400.jar in /QIBM/ProdData/HTTP/Public/jt400/lib.

Dennis, once you find where the system has it, you probably only need to that jar file to your classpath. (I don't see jt400.jar in the boot classpath - to see the boot classpath, look for sun.boot.class.path in the output from DMPJVM (which has to be run from a different job).)

(Now I'm wondering where you got jt400.jar in the first place, to put in the ext directory ...)


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