I've never used JZOS before, so I'm not sure what kind of functionality you
are after.

However, you can just submit a RUNJVA command to batch.
SBMJOB CMD(RUNJVA CLASS(package.YourClass)) CPYENVVAR(*YES)

James R. Perkins


On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 10:25, McKown, John <John.Mckown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Please forgive the very ignorant question. I'm just learning the "i" and
we don't yet have one to "mess around" with. I currently work on a z/OS
system. There is a really nice package called JZOS to run Java programs
in batch on z/OS. How is this done on the "i". I am assuming that the
Java program is not Websphere or anything like that (not interactive via
Web or 5250). Perhaps something that just reads a file and does a report
of some sort (yes, RPG would be a better choice, but I'm just curious).

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