I've not done this myself, but it would help my application, so I looked it up.

To monitor for ENDSBS or ENDJOB use Runtime.addShutdownHook().

I found this in an old APAR report associated with a V5R2 PTF. Assumably, all releases since then will have the functionality.

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I finally have my Java environment setup to run the J9 Java6 JVM and the Classic 1.4 JVM in separate worlds and can run either JVM by setting my JAVA_HOME ENVVAR. My question now is what is the best way to start a Java jar file from within a CL batch job and what is the cleanest way of ending the job when an ENDSBS command is processed? Thanks for all of your help so far.



Nick Sonin

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